This Fall in Rochester We Meet on 2nd Thursday of the Month. Starting October 11th
Well folks, I've already been in touch with many of you through the mailing list (incidentally, if you're in Rochester but not getting those emails, feel free to join the list or email me), but for those of you who didn't hear about it:
This fall we're changing our meeting date to the 2nd Thursday of the month.
Hopefully that won't be a major problem for anyone. Our hosts at New Horizons have asked us to move to Thursdays, and the 3rd Thursday is not great (particularly in November and December), so we're moving the meeting 5 days earlier instead.
Our first meeting on the new date is NEXT THURSDAY, October 11th. We won't change the time, so we'll still be meeting at 6PM to hang out and share a Pizza and we will have a presentation at 6:30PM, and be done by 8:30.
This fall Joel Bennett (MVP) is going to be presenting a series about writing PowerShell script modules, how and when you should collect your scripts together into a module, best practices, etc. Along the way we're going to discuss the benefits of modules over putting your scripts in your path, the changes for modules in PowerShell 3, and even solutions for sharing your modules out across your enterprise, and collaborating using source control. And of course, we'll try to throw in a few presentations from others folks too ;-)
This month we start with Joel's presentation about Why You Should Write a Module (and when you shouldn't). Please join us, online or in person, but only use the signup below if you're coming in person, and put "Pizza" in the phone field if you want some!
ONLINE MEETING: We're tried out Google Hangouts "On Air" for this, so the recording of Why you should Write PowerShell Modules is on You Tube.