Archive for May 31st, 2007

TechEd 2007: PowerShell Sessions

Next week I will be co-presenting at a few sessions at TechEd 2007 in Orlando, Florida. Most of the sessions will be presented by Don Jones – the author of Microsoft Windows PowerShell: TFM. I will be jumping in with AD cmdlets and PowerGUI.

Here’s the session information – please stop by if you are attending:

SVR331 – Tuesday 5JUN07 and Wednesday 6JUN07
Microsoft Windows PowerShell: The Future of Server Administration
Track(s): Windows Server Infrastructure
Level: 300
Speaker(s): Don Jones and Dmitry Sotnikov

Windows PowerShell is Microsoft’s next generation command line scripting solution which combines the interactivity of KSH or BASH, the programmability of Perl or Ruby and the production-orientation of AS400 CL or VMS DCL. Come and learn about the basic capabilities of Windows PowerShell as an interactive shell environment and a rich scripting engine and how it can be used to highlight and exploit the manageability improvements in Windows Server codename “Longhorn.”

Note that for this one, most likely I won’t be able to participate in the Tuesday session but will jump in on the Wednesday repeat. This is because the Tuesday session will be webcasted live from Don’s machine and it might not be technically feasible to add another speaker with a different demo.

Chalk talk: Windows Server Infrastructure (Thursday 7JUN07)
Level: 300
Speaker(s): Don Jones and Dmitry Sotnikov

This session provides a deep drill into advanced Windows PowerShell scripting techniques. Windows PowerShell provides an incredibly large dynamic range of capabilities, from simple to very sophisticated. This session is for those who have mastered the simple range and want to explore the high-end techniques and mechanisms.

See you at TechEd!

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