Tampa - 10/13/2011 - Jason Hofferle - Version Control for PowerShell
Version Control for PowerShell
Version control, revision control and source control are terms used to describe the practice of tracking and controlling changes to files. Version control is critical to software developers for keeping track of source code changes, so why is it rarely used by IT Professionals that maintain production scripts? Learn about the benefits of version control and see a demo of TortoiseHg, a Windows shell extension for the Mercurial source control management tool.
About the Speaker:
IT Specialist, U.S. Department of Defense Jason has been an IT professional since 1997. His experience includes enterprise desktop engineering for a Fortune 500 financial institution and Active Directory design and support for local governments. He is currently a federal employee with the Defense Contract Management Agency, where he is a technical lead on their Windows 7 deployment project.