The last few meetups have been work-focused, time to have some fun with another scripting game!
Bring your laptop with PowerShell installed in you'd like to participate. Kibitzers welcome as well.
The focus of this game: modifying your environment. Think profiles, prompts, proxy functions, etc...
Sign up at http://www.meetup.com/Charlotte-PowerShell-Users-Group/events/137097702/
This is a community for the PowerShell enthusiast, novice and advanced alike. It is intended to be a fairly collaborative meeting, with less emphasis on presentations, and greater emphasis on problem-solving, advice and tips & tricks.
Pizza is served at this meeting. Please notify the group owner whether you plan to attend so there will be enough for all.
The RTP PowerShell Users Group seeks to provide educational opportunities and support for IT administrators, engineers, architects, developers (or anyone else at all) that would like to learn more about using PowerShell. Regardless of ability; if you would like to improve your skills you are welcome to attend and contribute to our meetings.
Please join us Thursday, September 5th when Mike F. Robbins will be joining us via Lync to present on Using CIM Cmdlets and CIM Sessions.
Full details for Registration can be found at http://powershellsatsg01.eventbrite.com, we look forward to seeing you there!
Please join us on a special date in July. This month our meeting will be on July 11, 2013 instead of our normal first Thursday of the month due to the holiday.
Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson will make a presentation on DSC Desired State Configuration for PowerShell V4.
Sign up at the following link in Meetup so we know how many will be there and we can have adequate food for all.
Please join us Thursday, July 11th where June Blender will be presenting on “PowerShell 3.0 Features You Might Have Missed”. June also has several other PowerShell treats and topics she plans to cover with us so be sure to register at the link below. Here’s a little more about June:
Main Topic TBD
Improving Enterprises (http://www.improvingenterprises.com/) is a large supporter of usergroups and provides both food and classroom facilities to an impressive number of us. See their calendar at http://www.improvingenterprises.com/events/.