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PowerShell Summit NA 2015

We’re into the last afternoon as I write this. We’ve had some amazing sessions with excellent presentations on DSC, security aspects of using PowerShell, using and manipulating data with PowerShell, PowerShellGet, Nano server, working with ACLs in PowerShell and PowerShell … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit NA 2015–announcements

The PowerShell Team announced some things on Monday OneGet is now PowerShell Package Maanger Next WMF 5.0 preview will become available on 30 April Pester – the testing module – will be included in Windows Open Source projects on Github: … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit NA 2015–recordings

The recordings from PowerShell Summit NA 2015 are starting to become available on the powershell.org you tube channel. This gives you an opportunity to watch the sessions you missed. If you didn’t attend the Summit it gives you the opportunity … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit NA 2015–Day 1

The third PowerShell Summit kicked off Monday 20 April with breakfast and a welcome from Don Jones and the powershell.org board. The PowerShell Summit is the premier PowerShell event in the world with 3 days of  in depth PowerShell sessions … Continue reading

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PowerShell Summit NA 2015 speakers

Want to learn a bit more about some of the speakers at the PowerShell Summit?  Head over to the Scripting Guy blog – http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/ – to see a series of posts giving you some background, and pictures, of a number … Continue reading

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Query vs Filter

I’ve tended to advocate using the –Filter parameter rather than the –Query parameter with the CIM (and WMI) cmdlets but a recent post on the Windows Management Infrastructure blog has me questioning that decision. Using Measure-Command I tried various pairs … Continue reading

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MVP renewal

April 1st comes round again and its time for the MVP renewals. I received my renewal email this afternoon – I feel highly honoured that Microsoft have bestowed an MVP award for 8 straight years. Thank you

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