Posts Tagged ‘conference’


MVP All Stars in Helsinki

Monday, September 14th, 2015 by June Blender
What's the future of Active Directory? What support can we expect for containers in Windows Server and client? Is PowerShell 5.0 complete? While most PowerShell scripters are focused on the upcoming PowerShell Summit Europe in Stockholm and PowerShell Asia Conference in Singapore, some of the finest minds were gathering in Helsinki for the MVP All-Stars PowerShell Mini-Summit in Helsinki on 11 September. Windows IT Pro MVP Sami Laiho organized another in a series of small, intense conferences in the beautiful capital of Finland. I was delighted to be squeezed in at the last minute on my way to Stockholm. These…   More »

Scholarships for Women to PowerShell Asia Conference

Monday, July 6th, 2015 by June Blender
Follow @juneb_get_help SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., a platinum sponsor of PowerShell Conference 2015 Asia, is proud to offer five full-conference scholarships to women in PowerShell. This 5% set-aside award is designed to encourage talented women to attend and participate in the conference. ------------------------------------- The upcoming PowerShell Conference Asia 2015 in Singapore on 18-19 September 2015 is generating a lot of excitement. And, it should! It's the first Windows PowerShell conference in Asia and it features talks by the preeminent experts, including Windows PowerShell inventor, Jeffrey Snover, PowerShell Lead Developer, Nana Lakshmanan, and a host of PowerShell MVPs.   Because it's small…   More »

User Group + Meeting = Better Conference

Thursday, May 1st, 2008 by Don Jones
I just got back (well, last week) from Mark Minasi's forums meeting (affectionally known as the Minasipalooza), and I have to say - if you've not considered going, keep it in mind for next year. Originally conceived as a way for his discussion forums' regulars to get together, chat, and share info, it's become a mini-conference in its own right. For about $500 plus travel (to Virginia Beach, which is muy inexpensive), folks were treated to a bunch of timely sessions on current technologies, both by forums veterans and by industry professionals like myself, Greg Shields, Jeremy Moskowitz, and The…   More »

Securing Windows PowerShell

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008 by Don Jones
 Do you know how PowerShell can be used against you? Do you know the safest settings, and the ways to make scripting both possible AND secure? Do you know how your PowerShell profiles - even if you haven't made one - can be used as an insertion point for malware, if PowerShell is configured incorrectly?  Well, I'll be happy to tell you. I'm doing an entire session on Windows PowerShell security, in fact, at TechMentor San Francisco next month (March). I've gotten the conference to offer almost $700 off the price of a Gold Passport full-access registration - just register…   More »

Management Reporting in Windows PowerShell

Monday, February 25th, 2008 by Don Jones
Ever wonder how you can use PowerShell's native abilities to produce great-looking management reports - in CSV files, Eccel spreadsheets, HTML pages, and even charts and graphs? Well, come on down to TechMentor San Francisco where I'll be giving a session on exactly that topic - along with a bunch more on Windows PowerShell, security, Windows fundamentals, tips and tricks, and more. When you register, use promotion code TPJON and you'll save almost $700 off a Gold Passport full-access pass, which lets you attend any session you want and gets you some nifty benefits besides. Plus I'll buy ya a beverage…   More »