Philadelphia Meeting April 3rd 2014

Posted by Lido Paglia on March 20, 2014

Join us Thursday, April 3rd for a Presentation by Ashley McGloneonDemystifying The PowerShell Scripting Process. This will be a great overview for beginners and intermediate users alike that will cover beginning with PowerShell cmdlets, progressing into scripting, moving into function and module authoring, and finishing with you becoming the PowerShell Hero of your team!

Demystifying The PowerShell Scripting Process
Tired of copying and pasting scripts from the internet Want to write youwn scripts Become the go-to scripter on your team. This presentation will break down the scripting process into logical steps you can follow. Learn how to wrap cmdlets into scripts into functions into modules that you can reuse and share with your team.

More about Ashley:
Ashley McGlone is a Microsoft Premier Field Engineer (PFE). He started writing code on a Commodore VIC20 back in 1982, and hes been hooked ever since. As a former Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) Ashley used to teach MCSE classes on Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000. Ashley spent eight years of his IT career administering a large enterprise where he scripted for Active Directory and thousands of workstations. Today he specializes in Active Directory and PowerShell, helping Microsoft Premier customers reach their full potential through risk assessments and workshops. Ashleys TechNet blog focuses on real-world solutions for Active Directory using Windows PowerShell.

You can follow Ashley McGlone (GoateePFE) on Twitter and check out his blogon TechNet.Ashley will also be speaking at the PowerShell Summit at the end of April in the Seattle area where attendees can meet PowerShell MVPs and members of the PowerShell team! It’s not too late to register for an incredible community driven event!

You can also find the GoateePFE speaking at TechMentor 2014this August in Redmond, WA. where you can see a number of presentations on a variety of technologies to help you get more done at work. Ashley also has a chapter in the PowerShell Deep Dives book regarding AD SID History.

Please register if you plan to attend in person or to receive the meeting URL to join us remotely.