It’s been a while since I last sent an update on Missouri user groups. I missed the June meetings in St. Louis (Michael Greene talking about the release pipeline) and in Columbia (Josh Rickard talking about his anti-phishing toolkit).
In July, Mike Lombardi shared about setting up a private PowerShell Gallery at the STLPSUG meeting. At the July MidMo meeting in Columbia I spoke about validating connectivity in a firewalled environment and Josh Rickard talked briefly about DSC.
I followed up in Columbia a couple of weeks ago with a more in-depth DSC discussion and had a great time.
In a couple of days I’ll be in St. Louis talking about proxy functions and Michael Greene will be sharing as well.
I’m also starting a user group at work and in the initial steps of starting one closer to home.
It’s exciting to see all of this activity and enthusiasm in the Missouri PowerShell community. We just need someone in the Kansas City area to get things going up north.