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PowerShell Summit Europe 2014 – – Wednesday afternoon

Tobias Weltner started the last part of the Summit with a session on AST – Abstract Syntax Tree – and the PowerShell parser. You can access the tokens used by the parser for instance to create a variable inventory. AST … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit Europe 2014 – Wednesday morning

The last morning started with me covering OMI (WMI) and DSC on Linux. OMI can be set up but wed need more classes; DSC on Linux works in push mode and integrates very nicely with DSC for Windows. The second … Continue reading

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Quotes from the Summit

Two quotes that stuck in my mind for the future of IT: “DSC is last chance for click next admins” “If you can just click you’re not a professional”

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PowerShell Summit Europe – Tuesday afternoon

Mike Pfeiffer kicked off the afternoon talking about DSC in the AWS cloud.  Using DSC to bootstrap new machines and configuration scripts to complete configuration. This works in push mode but pull servers being experimented with.   Second session was … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit Europe 2015

No not a typo. We, at PowerShell.org, will be repeating the European Summit next year. Location hasn’t been finalised but will be Northern Europe.  The Summit will occur at about the same time of year.  Look to PowerShell.org later in … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit Europe – Tuesday morning

After a very successful DSC hackathon on Monday evening we reconvened on Tuesday morning with Steve Murawski delivering his second session on DSC. A brief discussion on devops lead into looking at DSC configurations: Configuration names can’t be hyphenated Circular … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit Europe 2014–Monday afternoon

  Mike Pfeiffer started the Monday afternoon session with a demonstration of using PowerShell to manage Amazon Web Services.   Dan Harman, from the PowerShell team, followed with PowerShell Repositories Unleashed. Oneget is a software package manager Oneget has PowerShell … Continue reading

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