Last weekend we wrapped up the PowerShell Conference Asia 2016 in Singapore and it was a great event. I had the opportunity to speak at the event and present a number of sessions. This year we had a healthy mix of PowerShell, DevOps and everything else. The crowd was very engaging, so if you attended the PSConfAsia 2016: “Thank you for being a great crowd!”.
I would like to give a big shout-out to Milton Goh, Matthew Hitchcock, Sebastian Szumigalski, Ravikanth Chaganti and Benjamin Hodge for putting this event together with the support of the sponsors of the event. It was a great opportunity for myself to interact with the PowerShell community in Asia and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Here are some picture to give you an impression of the event:
I presented and/or recording the following sessions for the conference:
- Pre-conf PowerShell tips – Co-presented with Jason Yoder
- Securing PowerShell to defeat malware
- Creating better reports with PowerShell
Furthermore I was asked to co-host the Arrested Devops Podcast, which was a new and fun experience for me.
For more information here are the links to the PowerShell Conference Asia website, my GitHub repo and to the Twitter hashtag:
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