Last weekend we gathered for yet another PowerShell Saturday, this time hosted in Amsterdam by IPsoft who generously provided us with the space to hold our meeting. This was the second time we organized the PowerShell Saturday event and it was nice to see that once again we had a great turnout. Not the least because of the great line up of speakers, during the event we had the following four speakers:
During the event we took a number of pictures to give you an impression of event:
Flynn Bundy presenting
Javy de Koning presenting
View from the building
Matthew Hodgkins presenting
View from the building
Irwin Strachan presenting
During the event Thierry Cailleau provided us with live reports of the content being presented including notes and links in our Slack channel, dupsug.slack.com. Feel free to join us there to catch up on the details of the day or if you have any questions regarding the content that was shared during PowerShell Saturday.
After a full morning and afternoon of presentations we continued on with the Open Stage, this is the section of the PowerShell Saturday where we will have room for several short presentations, the opportunity to share something interesting you have found out when working with PowerShell and a moment to discuss common issues. In which both me and Flynn shared some ideas on Docker and exporting PowerShell objects as binary streams.
For the full list of materials shared during the event and the open stage please refer to this overview of links:
I am happy to announce that I have been accepted as a speaker at the PowerShell Conference Asia in Singapore! I will be presenting two sessions and I will do joint session together with Jason Yoder. I will be presenting on the following topics:
The PowerShell Conference Asia is held in Singapore for the second year this year and I am happy to once again be a part of this event. To cite the psconf.asia website:
“Join us for the second PowerShell Conference Asia, held in Singapore, where PowerShell speakers from Asia and around the world come together to bring attendees in-depth PowerShell and DevOps content.
Speakers include 4 members of the PowerShell team from Microsoft headquarters in Redmond and a strong line-up of MVPs, well-known international speakers, and community contributors. They’ll cover in-depth topics on the PowerShell language and how you can use PowerShell to automate the technologies you use every day.”
If you are interested in joining the conference or if you would like to know more about it, visit the website, follow @psconfasia on Twitter or join our Slack group psconfasia.slack. See you in Singapore!
Last week as DuPSUG we organized another Dutch PowerShell User Group meetup with no one less than the Microsoft Scripting guy presenting two sessions at our humble event. The event was sponsored by: Methos
During the event we had the following sessions and speakers: