Taking the PowerGUI Train Down to New Orleans

This weekend I’m heading down to New Orleans, LA for Tech·Ed 2010 North America.  I’m totally excited about the trip because (a) I’ve never been to New Orleans and (b) Tech·Ed is always a ton of fun!  This year I’ll be working the PowerShell booth again plus I’ll be hanging around the Quest booth quite a bit when I’m not in a breakout session.  One of the fun things I’ll be doing while I’m there is on Monday June 7th at 2:15 PM CST (mark your calendar!) when I’ll be at the Quest booth taking questions about PowerShell and PowerGUI and doing demos of some cool new features that we’ve been busy working on, such as a blue PowerShell Console and Online Help.

That’s not the only features that I’ll be talking about though…here’s another teaser screenshot showing you something else you’ll be able to do in the PowerGUI Script Editor really, really soon: Script Signing!

script signing code signing PowerGUI Script Editor

If you’d like to hear more about PowerGUI and what we’ve been up to, come by the 30 minute Q&A session on Monday.  Or, if you can’t make that session track down myself or Dmitry or head over to the Quest booth in the partner expo and ask for a demo of PowerGUI at any time.  I’d love to hear how you’re using PowerShell and PowerGUI and show you some of the new features that I haven’t shared here yet.

See you in New Orleans!

Kirk out.

P.S. I’m not literally taking the train down to New Orleans (although that would be really fun), but I am bringing PowerGUI with me on my laptop.  Maybe after the PowerShell market grows a little more I’ll be able to convince Quest to have a locomotive built for PowerGUI that we can use when travelling to events like Tech·Ed! 🙂

P.P.S. If you’re not going to Tech·Ed but you want to share how you’re using PowerShell and PowerGUI with me anyway, drop me a line anytime and tell me about it, or just share it on our forums!

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