Posts Tagged ‘class’


Onsite PowerShell Training Offered Worldwide

Thursday, August 1st, 2013 by Robert Morey
You heard it right! Yes, worldwide. SAPIEN's onsite PowerShell training classes have been offered for several years and have now been updated to include PowerShell v3 and as much as is known about v4. These are intense 4- and 5-day classes that will take you from novice to expert or, if your team already has experience, from knowledgeable to super expert. And we bring them to your door! Our PowerShell For Administrators course features lectures by the instructor, quizzes and tests, and lab work. With a hands-on approach, you will learn all about PowerShell including basics such as running commands…   More »

The Mission Will Start Without You

Tuesday, April 21st, 2009 by Jeffery Hicks
I'll be in Boston next week running our Special Forces PowerShell training course. There's still room for a few recruits on this mission, but you absolutely must register by April 24th.  Sooner is actually better to make sure your training equipment arrives in time. Don't put this off any longer.  Register online at…   More »

PowerShell Class Filling Up!

Thursday, February 14th, 2008 by Don Jones
Eeek - I just checked the roster and our March Windows PowerShell class is almost full, with just about 5 seats remaining. Our additional bonus class (we're doing an evening dinner seminar on SAPIEN PrimalScript - and hey, it includes a great dinner) only has 4 seats left. The moral? If you're wanting some PowerShell training, hope over to pretty much ASAP to reserve your seat. This *will* be the only time in 2008 I teach this full 5-day course, covering everything from Beginner to Advanced, as a public class. Sorry - my schedule's just too tight. We will be…   More »,, Spring PowerShell Class News

Saturday, February 2nd, 2008 by SAPIEN Technologies
Some news tidbits: We’ve re-launched with a new, fresh look. The site itself has been reorganized into four “zones,” allowing us to expand the resources offered on the site while keeping the navigation sensible. We’re also bringing more attention to free resources like the TechNet Webcasts Don has done, the “Essentials” pages, and so forth. Our Web site has been merged into’s new “Training Zone.” Since we’ve always branded our training offerings with the name, this is just to maintain consistency and give you one less Web site to visit :), and to give us one…   More »