Philadelphia Meeting – May 2nd, 2013

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:
 
Jeff Wouters (B ICT, MCITP, MCSA, MCSE) is a freelance Technical Consultant from The Netherlands with a main focus on high availability and automation using Microsoft and Citrix products by using technologies such as virtualization, redundancy, clustering, and replication. He also has a great passion for Windows PowerShell and is a founding member of the Dutch PowerShell User Group in 2012.
 
Jeff has been a speaker on IT events such as E2E Virtualization Conference (formerly known as PubForum), BriForum Chicago, and NGN (Dutch IT community). You can find Jeff on social media (Twitter @JeffWouters | Facebook @JeffWouters | LinkedIn @JeffWouters) and at his blog. He speaks and blogs mainly about Windows PowerShell and virtualization, but every now and then something else slips in that piques his interest.
 
Jeff is also a contributing author for a book project where 30+ authors from all over the world work together to create aWindows PowerShell deep-dive book that will be published in 2013.
 
Please register if you plan to attend in person or to receive the meeting URL to join us remotely.
 

Meeting Date: 
Thursday, May 2, 2013 - 18:00 - 20:00

Location

Microsoft Office
45 Liberty Blvd
Malvern, PA
United States