A new year and a number of things to which we can look forward.
The re-release of WMF 5.0. The WMF 5.0 download was pulled because a bug was over writing the module path. Look fot the download being available again soon.
Windows Server 2016 – Containers and Nano server give lots of new options for deployment and lots of new PowerShell to play with. There may even be other PowerShell changes – who knows given the new release processes.
In early April we have the PowerShell + DevOps Summit in Seattle. Late April sees the European PowerShell Conference in Hanover (tracks in German and English). Registration for both events is open.
The UK PowerShell group is reviving. After meetings in London and Manchester planning is underway for the next meetings – look for more info soon.
PowerShell in Action, third edition will appear. Its already in early release and will complete this year.
A few other projects are in the pipeline which may or may not come to fruitition.
One prediction I can confidently make is that 2016 will NOT be the year that Unix/Linux conquers the desktop