Register for PowerShell Deep Dive

PowerShell Deep Dive 2011 Conference LogoIn case you have not seen the announcement yet, PowerShell team and community is putting together the first ever PowerShell conference, April 17-19 in Las Vegas!

This is going to be the first and most concentrated PowerShell conference ever with a dozen sessions on various PowerShell topics likes remoting, proxy functions and so on, plus a bunch of sessions on managing various platforms with PowerShell: Exchange, SharePoint, Office 365, Forefront Identity Manager, Hyper-V and so on.

These sessions will take place on Monday and Tuesday (April 18 and 19). For those who can come a day early, on Sunday (April 17) morning there will be a pre-conference hands on PowerShell bootcamp – 4 hours of intense PowerShell lab training to get you up to speed before the advanced topics kick in on Monday.

And there is going to be a scripting night party on Monday night.

And direct access to the key members of the PowerShell team including Jeffrey Snover, Lee Holmes, Bruce Payette, Kenneth Hansen.

Is that compelling or not? 🙂

If it is, I would recommend registering sooner rather then later. Attendance is going to be limited to 100 attendees only – so don’t wait too long before registering.

I have already registered, so has Kirk Munro – so there is going to be a good representation from PowerGUI and AD cmdlets side for sure. 😉

Read more about the conference:

Hope to see you there! Register today and spread the news!

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February 2011

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