It’s official! I’ll be presenting PowerShell at the upcoming Ottawa Windows Server User Group meeting on November 22, 2007. I’m quite excited about this because I don’t think there have been any local PowerShell presentations yet, so hopefully there will be a good turnout for this event! Here are the details for the event (copied from the OWSUG site):
November 22nd 2007 User Group Meeting
Becoming a Poshoholic: 12 steps to develop a healthy obsession for Windows PowerShell
Windows PowerShell in its inaugural version is already a tool that should be included in the toolbelt of any Windows IT professional or Windows software developer. It’s a command-line shell, an interactive scripting environment and a scripting language like you’ve never seen before all in one. It’s also the future of Windows server administration. If you don’t know Windows PowerShell yet, now’s the time to get started. Join Kirk Munro, a well known Poshoholic, as he guides you through 12 steps that will help you get on the PowerShell bandwagon more quickly while developing a healthy obsession for Windows PowerShell.
About the speaker:
Kirk Munro is a Senior Software Developer for Quest Software. He’s spent the last four years working on Windows Management products at Quest, specializing in data retrieval from Active Directory and Exchange data stores. Recently he became the world’s first self-proclaimed Poshoholic and now he is redirecting his career so that he can focus at work on this newfound obsession that has been taking so much of his time outside of the office.
Microsoft Canada Co.
100 Queen Street Suite 500
5:00 p.m. Event registration
5:30 p.m. Presentation
7:30 p.m. Q & A
8:00 p.m. Door Prizes
Notes: Pizza and Pop will be served, Please RSVP to help us order enough of both.
I hope to see you at the event!