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  • Blog Post: Chef with PowerShell DSC Now Public!

    Many of you have seen the demos done by our friends at Chef, which show how they planned to leverage PowerShell DSC. Those plans are now public as of the publishing of the PowerShell DSC Cookbook for Chef announced in the recent blog post by Adam Edwards. Check it out here: http://www.getchef.com...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell Summit North America

    We are delighted to draw attention to this year's PowerShell Summit - an excellent community run PowerShell event. As described by PowerShell.Org: Come meet the Windows PowerShell team, PowerShell MVPs, independent experts, and your peers and colleagues in the PowerShell universe! The PowerShell...
  • Blog Post: Improving the FileSystem Provider through Community feedback

    One of the things we love about the Windows PowerShell community is that folks are not shy. It turns out that having a vocal community is a great way to build and evangelize a product like ours. Of course, the Unix guys had this all figured out a long time ago. Positive comments are good and all,...
  • Blog Post: When Windows PowerShell Met Workflow

    Meet the new kid on the block! Windows PowerShell Workflow (PSWF) is the latest addition to the Windows PowerShell family. First, let’s establish the context for the decision to integrate workflows into Windows PowerShell. It starts with cloud computing and Windows-based datacenters. Cloud computing...
  • Blog Post: 8 Abstracts for the PowerShell Deep Dive in Frankfurt

      We’re super excited about the upcoming PowerShell Deep Dive in Frankfurt on October 17 & 18. The agenda is starting to shape up nicely, so I wanted to share a number of abstracts submitted by members of the PowerShell Community that we’ve already accepted. You can also find this info on The...
  • Blog Post: Scaling and Queuing PowerShell Background Jobs

    A couple of months ago I had asked the PowerShell MVPs for suggestions on blog topics. Karl Prosser, one of our awesome MVPs, brought up the topic of scaling and queuing background jobs. The scenario is familiar: You have a file containing a bunch of input that you want to process and you don’t...
  • Blog Post: Only 2 days left to save $1000 on PowerShell Deep Dive registration

    There are still a few seats open for the first ever PowerShell Deep Dive Conference and tomorrow is the last day of cheap registration! In case you haven’t already been doing it, now would be a good time to start camping out in your boss’ office begging him/her for the money and time off...
  • Blog Post: Reminder: Register for the PowerShell Deep Dive Conference & submit your sessions

    April 18-19 2011 – Las Vegas We’re very excited with the positive reaction we’ve seen towards the first ever PowerShell Deep Dive! There’ll be lots of talented & smart people hanging out with us for a couple days. To mention just a few: Jim Truher – Co-creator...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell Deep Dive Conference

      We’re proud to announce the first ever PowerShell Deep Dive conference! This event will take place at TEC 2011 in Las Vegas, April 18-19. PowerShell Deep Dive is meant to provide a deep technical and strategic engagement within the PowerShell Community.  Attendees will interact one-on-one...
  • Blog Post: Hal and Kirk on HanselMinutes

    PowerShell MVPs Hal Rottenberg and Kirk Munro were interviewed for HanselMinutes audio talk show during TechEd 09 - good overview of Powershell http://www.hanselminutes.com/default.aspx?showID=180 Osama Sajid, Program Manager
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