Creating your first Module - November 8th in Rochester
Now that we've talked (last month) about why we would write PowerShell Modules, we're ready to talk more about what goes into them. On November 8th, Joel Bennett (Microsoft PowerShell MVP) will be presenting again, so please join us as we discuss what goes into a module, how to get started on your own, and what the important parts of a Module Manifest are (and how to write one that works in both PowerShell 2 and 3).
We'd like to try a lab style this month, so if you bring your own functions, we'll walk you through collecting them into a module and setting it up, otherwise, you can work with some of ours. You can join us online (details later, it depends how many people sign up remotely) but please do come in person if you can!
As always, we're planning on having Pizza at 6PM before the meeting starts at 6:30PM and if you'd like to share,
we ask that you bring $4 or so to help cover the costs -- please sign up below and put "Pizza" in the contact field so we know how much food to get. We meet at New Horizons Computer Training Center, at 50 Methodist Hill Drive, Suite 50, in Rochester (actually in Henrietta) NY (see below)
Pizza will be provided by Sapien (thanks!)