When: Thursday, Dec 15, 2011 7:30 PM (GMT) Where: Virtual
Discover how to use the WSMAN cmdlets to retreive WMI information and see a demo of the new WMI API's CIM cmdlets in PowerShell v3 CTP 2
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Come join us on January 4th at 1pm Eastern time with our guest, Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson (@ScriptingGuys ). Ed will be discussing why you shouldn't write scripts and instead use modules.
Ed will be taking Q&A on January 5th at 1pm Eastern time.
Here is the sign up link for attending the Jan 5th 2012 meeting in Charlotte.
Live meeting for those who cannot attend the meeting in Charlotte.
The first meeting for the Charlotte PowerShell Users Group is in the final stages of planning. Host for this group is PowerShell MVP Jim Christopher.
Sign up information and live meeting information will be announced soon.
For now please mark your calendar for Jan 5th at 6PM at the Microsoft Office in Charlotte. Our guest speaker will be the Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson.
Enjoy this Holiday season with friends, family, and the Scripting Guy! Ed Wilson and his wonderful wife Teresa will be broadcasting live from Phoenix Arizona December 7th. We are very fortunate to have the amazing, hard working, and brilliant Scripting Guy and Scripting Wife in the house!
We will be broadcasting this event live using Interfacett’s Remote Live product, so anyone can attend, from anywhere in the world!
The event is free, but seating, both on-premise and remote are limited. Get registered today!!
The event will be held from 6:00pm to 8:00pm Arizona time.
The Charlotte PowerShell Users Group offers learning and support opportunities for IT administrators and developers working with PowerShell. While some meetings include guest speakers, most meetings are designated as "Script Club" sessions, where group members can bring in their own PowerShell scripts and receive advice and assistance from fellow group members. In addition, the group actively participates in the annual Scripting Games and holds it own mini-competitions to foster PowerShell knowledge in the Charlotte area.
Join us as one of our resident PowerShell MVP recipients and developer extrordinaire, Doug Finke talks about scripted GUIs with one of the most revolutionary modules to hit the PowerShell scene, ShowUI. Come and learn from one of the creators of this module how you can dynamically create GUIs and build a codebase of GUI elements to generate interfaces that are visually stunning - all within PowerShell!
Of course it's going to be impossible to have a meeting without discussing PowerShell 3.0 - you can expect to hear what Doug has to say about the new features.
Pizza is being sponsored by Sapien, Makers of Primal Forms and Primal Script
- 6:00pm - 6:30pm - Catching up, pizza, cool user submitted topics, and user group news
- 6:30pm - 8:00 - Doug Finke, ShowUI
- 8:01pm - Drinks at Heartland Brewery
The meeting will be held, as usual, at the Microsoft offices on 6th Ave:
1290 Avenue of the Americas, Sixth Floor New York, NY 10104
November 14th, 2011
We are pleased to have Ed Wilson (Microsoft Scripting Guy) speak at our first meeting.
Seating may be limited so please be sure to sign up at the following link
Be sure to create an account and join the Pittsburgh Powershell group for updates to future meetings.
I would like to thank the Pittsburgh Dot Net Users Group for rearranging their schedule for our first meeting.
**Sorry for the late notice, but due to a scheduling issue we're unable to secure our normal meeting location at the Microsoft Tampa for Thursday, December 8th.
I plan on rescheduling this meeting in January.
Automating Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with Windows PowerShell
On December 15th Lync MVP Ståle Hansen will give an introduction to administering Lync Server 2010 using Windows PowerShell.
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