Monthly Archives: January 2008

UK User Group event

Save the dates of April 8th & 9th in your diary.  The UK user groups are getting together to present 2 days of technical presentations around this years Microsoft launch of Windows 2008, SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008.  … Continue reading

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Two weeks to go

The Scripting Games start on 15th February.  See for details.   Be interesting to see if we get more PowerShell than VBScript entrants this year. Share this post :

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SQL Bits II open for registration

I mentioned in this post!43CFA46A74CF3E96!1038.entry  that my proposal for a talk on using PowerShell to administer SQL Server had been accepted for the SQL Bits II conference. Registration is now open for SQLBits 2008 March event. Come and join … Continue reading

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PowerShell Event: February 12th

A PowerShell event will be occurring at Microsoft’s offices in Reading UK on 12th February 2008  6.30 – 21.20pm   The two session will cover an introduction to PowerShell, administering Windows 2008, including server core, with PowerShell including the use of … Continue reading

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Vista Squad in January

The Vista Squad (Windows Vista User Group) have a meeting coming up. Location: TVP, Reading Date: 31st January 2008 Time: 6pm Agenda: We have James O’Neill from Microsoft giving us a talk on Server 2008 and Virtualisation with Ray Booysen … Continue reading

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PowerShell plus

Tobias has, quite rightly, pointed out that I have been neglecting PowerShell plus while concentrating on PowerGUI.  There are a number of reasons for this but the primary reason is that PowerGUI in terms of its ability to have my … Continue reading

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PowerShell poll: The results

In a recent post!43CFA46A74CF3E96!1016.entry I mentioned a poll that SQL Server Magazine was doing on PowerShell usage.  The results can be seen at Now admittedly there were only 46 responses but results of Use it for everything = … Continue reading

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