Sorry gang. I was not able to pull this together in time. We will be meting on May 13th instead. Please stay tuned to this page/twitter/e-mail for that announcement.
A reminder: I would love someone to help me with the administrative parts of this user group. If you'd like to help out, please let me know.
The DFW PowerShell Usergroup has traditionally met as a SIG of the North Texas PC User Group (NTPCUG.org) on Saturday mornings.
Larry Weiss will host a code review of several PowerShell functions he has written.
Construction information @ http://lbjexpress.com/
Everything Powershell, Come on guys bring it on. Requirements/Solutions Discussions.
Facebook Link -- https://www.facebook.com/groups/uae.powershell/
The Mississippi PowerShell User Group is a user group that meets online each month to discuss all things PowerShell related to include Windows based workstations and servers, Active Directory, Hyper-V, SQL Server, Exchange, SharePoint, Terminal Services, and even third party products that include PowerShell integration such as EqualLogic Storage Area Networks, AppAssure, and Backup Exec.
Meeting Times: The Second Tuesday of each Month at 8:30pm CST Location:
Online via Microsoft Lync. Meetings are hosted in Meridian, Mississippi (USA).
We will begin using the page on powershell.org for our User group information in the next few days.Once we get that page updated we will discontinue updates on this page, it will just have a static page with links to the page on powershell.org and for Meetup. We will continue to use the Meetup page for signing up to attend a meeting. Here is the link: http://www.meetup.com/Charlotte-PowerShell-Users-Group/
Hope you can join us on Thursday March 7th in Charlotte.
Thursday March 14th, at 6:30PM, Microsoft PowerShell MVP Joel Bennett will be speaking and sharing the diversity of the projects in the PowerShell community.
This meeting will be less formal than the usual slide-deck-and-demos presentation, and we're really hoping that you will participate by searching ahead of time for some interesting, fun, or just plain weird uses of PowerShell ... and bringing them to share.
This presentation will cover two methods for authoring modules and provide some examples of how to rewrite scripts into modules.
Join us on Thursday, March 7th for a “Winter Scripting Camp Wrap Up and Lessons Learned”.
Jim Hoisington is presenting: Using Winforms in .NET to Input Data to PowerShell