TechEd PowerShell Wrap-Up

I was writing my wrap-up from last week’s TechEd EMEA (IT Forum) when I saw that Jonathan Noble had just posted an excellent summary of the event. So I pressed Ctrl-A Del, typed this intro, left a couple of pictures of the the PowerShell Booth (which I got from Tobias) and the dream team we had there (plus Jonathan who was not at the booth but deserves to be on the picture after his great conference wrap-up post😉 )

Tobias, Richard, Dmitry and Jonathan

Tobias, Richard, Dmitry and Jonathan

Tobias, Dmitry, and Marc (MoW)

Tobias, Dmitry, and Marc (MoW)

My posts from the conference and minor updates for each of them:

This was a great week! Thanks to everyone who stopped by and said hello. It was great to see how many people are using PowerGUI and also to find out that all the feature requests I was hearing were already on our roadmap and with the majority of items coming by the end of the year. Very encouraging indeed!

Anyways, check out Jonathan’s post here and you will feel like you attended the conference yourself.😉

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1 Response to “TechEd PowerShell Wrap-Up”


  1. 1 Jonathan Noble November 12, 2008 at 8:45 am

    Thanks Dmitry!!!🙂 Although I don’t think there was any need to Ctrl-A, Del what you were writing – I don’t doubt it would’ve been good stuff!


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