Sessions

PowerShell 10th Anniversary Celebration Kickoff

PowerShell 10th Anniversary Celebration Kickoff

1 month ago
The Celebration begins! As surprising as it seems, PowerShell has been around for 10 full years, and has collected a huge and enthusiastic community of contributors. Join Matt McSpirit and Keith Bankston as they give a brief introduction into the events for the day, highlighting the more cool & participation-oriented items along the way.
Manage Your Garden Sprinkler and Your Mood With PowerShell

Manage Your Garden Sprinkler and Your Mood With PowerShell

4 weeks ago
This session is about real-world experiences from people using PowerShell in production, a way how to manage garden sprinklers and a possibility to change peoples moods with PowerShell. The session is hosted by Microsoft Austria’s Gerhard Göschl in Vienna, and the PowerShell User Group founders Patrick Wahlmüller and Roman Stadlmair.
SQL Server Cmdlets and Community Involvement

SQL Server Cmdlets and Community Involvement

1 month ago
The updated SQL Server cmdlets were created in a collaboration between the product team and the community. That kind of collaboration is somewhat new to Microsoft, and the result was fantastic. Chrissy LeMaire and Aaron Nelson will talk about the new cmdlets, and how working with the community helped produce them.  
PowerShell Code Golf contest – status update

PowerShell Code Golf contest – status update

3 weeks ago
Keith and Matt will review who’s on top, who’s currently winning the contest, and how to check your code against the test available for it.
PowerShell Evolution

PowerShell Evolution

1 month ago
Richard Siddaway will show about how the use of PowerShell has changed since version 1 to the latest 5.x update. He’ll show the transition from using [ADSI] scripting vs AD cmdlets, using WMI vs networking and/or storage cmdlets, and using long running scripts vs Jobs.
The Scripting Guy Talks-PowerShell Community Then and Now

The Scripting Guy Talks-PowerShell Community Then and Now

1 month ago
Ed Wilson (the Scripting Guy) will talk about the state of the PowerShell community 10 years ago and now, and the evolution along the way.
Open Source & Community Contributions

Open Source & Community Contributions

1 month ago
Ryan Yates is a prolific contributor to the recently-published PowerShell open source project. He’ll be talking about community contributions, both for PowerShell and beyond, and how the input is being handled by the PowerShell "committee. He’ll cover how easy to use and and publish to the PowerShell Gallery, and some of the modules he finds […]
PowerShell’s Senior Team Remembers

PowerShell’s Senior Team Remembers

1 month ago
There are 10 people in the PowerShell team who have been working with on the project for 10 years or more. This group includes the authors, speakers, and core members that you are all familiar with – Bruce Payette, Lee Holmes, Krishna Vutukuri, Narayanan Lakshmanan, Hemant Mahawar, Jason Shirk, and others. Hemant will be leading a discussion on […]
Day in the Life of a Github maintainer and committee member

Day in the Life of a Github maintainer and committee member

1 month ago
How we manage the contributions coming in to Github/PowerShell is not as easy as it seems. Joey Aiello and other committee members will talk about what it is they do, and why it matters to the future direction of PowerShell.
PowerShell For My Tesla

PowerShell For My Tesla

1 month ago
If it can be managed from a PC, someone will figure out how to do that using PowerShell. Two Tesla and PowerShell enthusiasts came up with the same concept: interacting with the Tesla remotely using PowerShell. Jon Newman will be presenting what he has in the Tesla module he posted to the PowerShell Gallery, and […]
PowerShell Code Golf – status update2

PowerShell Code Golf – status update2

3 weeks ago
Keith and Matt will review who’s on top, who’s currently winning the contest, and how to check your code against the test available for it.
PowerShell and Azure Automation

PowerShell and Azure Automation

1 month ago
The PowerShell team recently joined the Azure organization as part of the Operations Management Suite group. This session shows how PowerShell contributes to the future of Azure management, and shows how Azure Automation leverages PowerShell today.