The NYC Techstravaganza date has been announced: March 25, 2016. Techstravaganza is an all-day conference on a Friday in March that takes place at the Microsoft office in Times Square. The NYC PowerShell User Group curates tAe PowerShell track for this conference. If you would like to submit an abstract for consideration, please do so by e-mailing powershellnyc at gmail.com.
While Techstravaganza is typically an IT pro conference, our PowerShell track does not always conform to that. We seek level 300/400 content that is deep and interesting. All topics and levels will be considered. Please feel free to submit as many abstracts as you wish for consideration. The more you submit, the better your chance that the group will decide on one of your topics.
What to submit:
Title: A catchy title for your talk
Abstract: A paragraph describing your talk that will be used on our website and track materials
Speaker Bio: A brief bio explaining who you are and any relevant twitter handles or blog links that you would like linked to from our website.
Again, please e-mail powershellnyc at gmail
For those travelling from outside of NYC, Techstravaganza typically reimburses travel expenses. We guarantee up to 500 dollars, but in the past we have been able to recuperate all expenses for our speakers. The exact amount is dependant upon the origin of all speakers coming to the event. Also, please note, these are reimbursements for airfare/hotel/taxi. We do not cover additional expenses or provide an honorarium or stipend of any kind.
If youare a sponsor interested in sponsoring the Techstravaganza, please also e-mail powershellnyc at gmail.com so that we may send you the list of sponsorship opportunities.
We have moved our meetings exclusively to meetup. In order to find out about existing meetings, please check the following page and register so that you will be notified of new meetings:
Topic: PowerShell Remoting, CIM Sessions and more
Configuring multiple servers can include a number of repeated tasks. PowerShell allows to manage multiple remote servers securely. It presents different protocols and different authentication modes. CIM (Common Information Model) further enhance the remoting capabilities.
Speaker: Aditi Satam
Aditi currently works at Dell in the Enterprise solutions group focusing on advanced OS engineering and infrastructure technologies and is an avid PowerShell scripter and blogger.
Topic: Using WMI cmdlets and introduction to CIM cmdlets
Multi-Threading PowerShell - WorkFlows and Jobs
- June's meeting will be at http://www.hurricanewings.com/ in Round Rock- Food and Drink available for purchase. (Right next to the EGG and I in LaFrontera Shopping Center)
2701 Parker Road
Round Rock TX 78681
I just wanted to publicly thank Doug Finke and Sunny Chakraborty. Doug bought me a nice lunch and injected me with excitement. Both of them are working with me to figure out how to maintain steam on invites, blog posts, and communications for the group. We all owe them a great deal (buy them a drink!)
Additionally, I have committed to a year of free training for anyone who joins us. Basically, I have a training course that I do and I will be providing a module from the training to start off every meeting. Whether you are new to PowerShell and could use the help or a veteran looking to polish their knowledge and skills with a refresher, there should be something for everyone for the first 30-45 minutes of every meeting.
- Concept of Objects - May 11
- PowerShell Language Fundamentals
- String Manipulation
- Scripts and Functions
- Outputting Data / Viewing Data
- File Management
- Handling Dates and Times
- .NET interoperability
- Remote Script Execution
The above is the intro modules. We'll be doing advanced modules after that.
The meeting invite for Monday, May 11th will be coming shortly. We'll be doing Objects. Oh, and it's my birthday so feel free to buy me a drink after the meeting (actually during the meeting will be fine too) :)
Please pay attention to the venue location. this session will be held at SHI off of Mopac
Purpose of this meeting is to get other like minded professionals who are passionate about PowerShell together in a Monthly forum.
The Central Texas PowerShell Users Group was formed to allow IT Professionals and Developers that are interested / have a passion for PowerShell. The chance to meet and share topics/ideas. Anyone that is interested in PowerShell encouraged to participate.
You can also Locate / follow this group on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CtexPug