After an extended break, we are back! Meeting discussion will be PowerShell and Performance Counters. We will cover the following:
- Using Get-Counter
- Using Export-Counter
- Discuss Scheduling for troubleshooting
Additionally, we will have a few books to give away:
We're back! This should be a fun meeting. We're going to the short form again:
YOU MUST RSVP VIA THE FOLLOWING LINK ON EVENTBRITE IN ORDER TO ATTEND
Speaker: Tome Tanasovski
Topics: Creating a Corporate Mentoring Program with Windows PowerShell
Join Tome as he walks you through how PowerShell became the engine to a global mentor matching program for one of the biggest finance companies on Wall Street. He will walk us through the different algorithmic approaches that were taken to find the ideal set of pairs out of 10^500 possible combinations.
Speaker: Gantcho Radoslavov
Topics: Powershell Tips and Tricks.
- Powershell and web-services with Sharepoint / WSDL.
- Secure Scripts with Code Signing and Certificates.
- Powershell ODBC and SQL
- Running Powershell as a Service
- Array of Objects
- Adhoc powershell scripts.
Speaker: Sunny Chakraborty
Topics: Powershell and Eventing.
WMI Event Registrations.
- 5:30pm - 6pm - Catch up and pizza
- 6:00pm - 8ish - UG Meeting
- 8ish pm - Drinks at Ted's
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
We have the regular books and stuff to give away.
It's been over a year. Let's get this ball rolling again.
We expect somewhere between 5 and 250 people so some form of RSVP would be appreciated – leave a comment, send an email or tweet.
We will discuss where we are and where we want to go with this group.
Come prepared to share what you've been working on. Boast. Ask for help. Whatever. This about raising everyone up to the next level of tool making with PowerShell.
Josh Miller will be presenting App Automation: Options, Pros, and Cons 9 ways to automate applications.
If anyone has a script that they would like to share, workshop, or code review please bring it to the meeting. Discussion about scripts and "what I did" situations are a driving force of the community.
This PowerShell user group exists to help new and advanced users connect with the community. This group was formed to help encourage more people to use powershell and to help build an interconnected community of local users who can help and learn from each other.
See http://powershell.org/wp/user-groups/northernvirginia-user-group/ for more information.
This group is intended to encompass users from all areas of IT, thereby giving a diverse knowledgebase for scripting techniques. It's also here to mentor users new to the Powershell language and/or to scripting.
You can find us at the following links:
Please join us Thursday, May 2nd where Jeff Wouters will be presenting on his chapter from PowerShell Deep Dives book: Avoiding the pipeline (aka using the pipeline more efficiently). Jeff will also cover improving the PowerShell learning curve, and how to improve teaching it.
Here’s a little bit about Jeff:
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/