Summary: Windows PowerShell MVP, Teresa Wilson, spotlights three Windows PowerShell events.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. I was talking with Teresa (The Scripting Wife) about some ideas she had for sharing information with IT professionals. We came up with the idea for her to write a blog post once a month called PowerShell Spotlight. You can look for it the last Saturday of each month right here until she runs out of useful things to share. Without further ado, here is Microsoft MVP and Honorary Scripting Guy, Teresa Wilson.
As Ed mentioned, we were talking about the availability of information and how hard it is to have one go-to place for all things Windows PowerShell. I volunteered to write a post once a month and “spotlight” something different each month. If you have any requests or suggestions, please feel free to write a comment on this post.
Today I want to spotlight three events that are coming up in the next few months. Here are the dates and locations:
- April 20-22, 2015: PowerShell Summit NA 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina (Ed and I are attending)
- April 21-23, 2013: PowerShell Conference in Essen Germany
- May 4-8, 2015: Microsoft Ignite in Chicago, Illinois (Ed and I are attending)
There is also going to be the Jacksonville IT Pro Camp on June 13, 2015 in Jacksonville FL that Ed and I will be attending. They are currently having their call for speakers. Here is the registration page.
Also don’t forget the local and virtual User Group meetings.
To find a User Group in a city near you, check Powershell.org for a list of User Groups. If you are the leader of a User Group, and you have not sent information to PowerShell.org to list your group, it is not too late. Send us an email.
If there is not a User Group near you, you have options. You can join the Virtual User Group. Also, some of the groups broadcast their meetings. Give me a shout if you are having trouble finding information. I am happy to help.
Have a great day. See you next month with a new PowerShell Spotlight.
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Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy