There are still a few seats open for the first ever PowerShell Deep Dive Conference and tomorrow is the last day of cheap registration! In case you haven’t already been doing it, now would be a good time to start camping out in your boss’
April 18-19 2011 – Las Vegas
We’re very excited with the positive reaction we’ve seen towards the first ever PowerShell Deep Dive!
There’ll be lots of talented & smart people hanging out with us for a couple days. To mention just a few:
Jim Truher –
We’re proud to announce the first ever PowerShell Deep Dive conference! This event will take place at TEC 2011 in Las Vegas, April 18-19.
PowerShell Deep Dive is meant to provide a deep technical and strategic engagement within the PowerShell Community.
Quest Software’s PowerPack Challenge’09 is on… calling all script warriors to show their skills.
See the details here – http://powergui.org/powerpackchallenge.jspa
Osama Sajid, Program Manager
Quest is holding a PowerGUI scripting contest starting tomorrow July 1. If you are not familar with PowerGUI, it is a PowerShell scripting and execution GUI. If you aren’t already a PowerGUI user, here is a great opportunity to kick the tires. If you are already a PowerGUI user,
Rod Trent from MyITForum.com has the details HERE
Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows Management Partner ArchitectVisit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShellVisit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx
Thomas WimPrine has a blog entry HERE where he uses PowerShell and Quest Software’s free AD Cmdlets to find users with no managers. I’d like to personally apologize to all those happy people whose lives will be disrupted when they are found out and finally assigned a manager.
Yesterday was the official launch of Window Server 2008, the first version of Windows to include PowerShell! Is that a good day or what? How could the day get any better? Well, the people at Quest Software answered that question by officially releasing PowerGUI!
We just held a partner Conference in Denver. We give awards to recognize those partners that really “get it” and are able to take our technologies and use them to develop great customer solutions. Quest Software was awarded Global ISV Partner of the Year for their adoption and great use of PowerShell!
In Dmitry’s PowerBlog, he said that one of the biggest complaints they got about their FREE AD Cmdlets was that you had to register to download them. Now you can download them directly without having to register.
I must say that I’ve got mixed feelings about this.