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Deep Dive video: PowerShell Modules by Dan Harman

We are finally starting to publish the recordings from the first PowerShell Deep Dive we had at The Experts Conference 2011 in Las Vegas in spring. We are starting with this session on patters and practices for PowerShell modules by Dan Harman – program manager on the Windows PowerShell team.

And by the way, there’s still time to register for the next PowerShell Deep Dive – October 17 & 18, 2011 in Frankfurt, Germany. Here are the instructions on getting a discount when registering.

If you want to be at the next PowerShell Deep Dive in person – register today!

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New PowerShell, AD, PowerGUI Training

LeadThem Consulting together with Quest Software developed and started offering professional classes covering:

This is a great hands-on training which you can order to help IT professionals in your company get up to speed with PowerShell and these popular PowerShell tools so they can get the most out of the technology available to them.

The training is available in North America, Europe and Asia, in English, Japanese, French and Spanish.

Go to the LeadThem Consulting PowerShell training page to learn the details on the topics covered, and sign up for the training. PowerShell skills you get from a training like that make a great return on investment!

PowerShell training camp in Ohio

Jeffery Hicks is giving two great PowerShell trainings this July in Columbus, Ohio:

  • July 27-29, 2009 – comprehensive three day training from PowerShell basics to advanced real-life scripting.
  • July 30-31, 2009 – advanced PowerShell training including advanced work with registry, permissions, databases, and a full day of Active Directory management!

Jeffery is the author of the one and only AD PowerShell management book, and multiple other books and training courses on PowerShell, and a PowerShell MVP. So if you can make it to any (or both) of these trainings I would highly recommend that you do.

See more details as well as a sign-up link here.

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