PowerShell Summit North America
We are delighted to draw attention to this year’s PowerShell Summit – an excellent community run PowerShell event.
As described by PowerShell.Org:
Come meet the Windows PowerShell team, PowerShell MVPs, independent experts, and your peers and colleagues in the PowerShell universe! The PowerShell Summit is a one-of-a-kind annual event, and this year it’s April 27-29 right in Microsoft’s home town of Bellevue, Washington. You’ll enjoy more than 63 in-depth technical sessions about PowerShell, how to manage using PowerShell, how to develop in PowerShell, how to troubleshoot in PowerShell – pretty much everything PowerShell.
Microsoft speakers include PowerShell’s inventor, Distinguished Engineer Jeffrey Snover – not to mention an all-star cast of developers, program managers, and others who help create PowerShell on a daily basis. You’ll meet Lee Holmes (author of the “Windows PowerShell Cookbook” and resident PowerShell Security Guru), Kenneth Hansen (Principle Program Manager), Krishna Vutukuri (Developer Lead), Jason Shirk (Senior Developer, creator of TabExpansion++ and PSReadLine), Hemant Mahawar (Senior Program Manager), and Paul Higinbotham (Developer, expert on debugging and remoting). You’ll also find independent experts like Jeff Hicks, Don Jones, Jason Helmick, Aleksandar Nikolic, Richard Siddaway, and many more.
The Summit is fun, too. You’ll have a great time at the Monday evening IRON SCRIPTER tournament and reception (including a ton of great local food and brews), mingle with product team members in Microsoft’s downtown office on Tuesday night, and rub elbows with a who’s-who list of PowerShell people each and every day.
Best of all, the Summit is run by PowerShell.org, a community-owned and –operated not-for-profit. That means the event is run on a break-even basis, so it’s not an expensive boondoggle. Head over to http://powershellsummit.org for all the details. Note that in 2013, the event completely sold out, so you don’t want to delay too much longer to secure your space.
We hope to see you there!
The Windows PowerShell Team