Summary: Windows PowerShell MVP, Tobias Weltner, talks about the Windows PowerShell Community Conference in Germany.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. I'm drooling today because of the information in this blog post. Teresa and I love to go to Germany. Our last two major vacations have started and ended there. Tobias Weltner is our guest blogger today, and I won’t share his news. I will give you a sneak peak though. This photo was taken in 2006 in Essen, Germany. If you have a chance to go, you will love Essen. It is a beautiful city, and it is easy to get to via the trains.
Turning the keyboard over to Windows PowerShell MVP, Tobias Weltner…
Ready for a big scoop of Windows PowerShell wisdom? The third annual German PowerShell Community Conference is just ahead. It will take place April 22-23 in Essen, Germany. Six MVPs, three book authors, and Bruce Payette from the Windows PowerShell team will discuss top-notch topics, such as security and Just Enough Admin (JEA), desired state configuration deep dives, new class support in Windows PowerShell 5.0, and the all new example-based parsing.
Product-based solutions include Active Directory troubleshooting, Exchange Server, Lync, SharePoint, and virtualization. And thanks to OMI and OData, you’ll see how Windows PowerShell leverages even non-Windows systems (such as Linux) and devices (such as network switches). For the complete agenda, see PowerShell-Konferenz 2015 Zeitplan.
The conference fee includes lunch, snacks, coffee breaks, drinks, and an evening dinner. (Beverages with alcohol will be served the evening event.) There will be plenty of room to connect, discuss, and learn!
It’s a German conference, and roughly 2/3 of the presentations will be held in German. Be sure to bring some basic read-only German language skills.
Seats are limited, so sign up soon and support this great event: PowerShell-Konferenz 2015 Information.
Here is a more detailed English article about the event in PowerShell Magazine: Community Conference in Germany.
Thanks, Tobias. Readers, don’t be sad for Teresa and me because we will not be in Germany for this event. We will be in Charlotte, NC on those dates, attending PowerShell Summit NA 2015.
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Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy