February STLPSUG Meeting

I had the privilege of sharing again at the STLPSUG. February’s meeting was at Model Technologies, and Jason Rutherford was a great host. I spoke on being a good citizen on the pipeline, both for output and input. Basically, best practices for pipeline output (which is fairly straight-forward), and techniques for accepting pipeline input (including …

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January St. Louis PSUG meeting was a blast!

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure to attend another STL PSUG meeting. Mike Lombardi presented on “Getting Started with a Real Problem” and did a great job.

His scenario was someone who didn’t really know PowerShell at all and needed to troubleshoot a 3-server web farm where the nodes had different problems.

There were some technical difficulties with his lab setup (he used Lability, which was cool), but he stuck with it and we did all of the fixing in the scenario using a workstation rather than RDP’ing into the nodes.

The recording of the event (which was live-streamed) can be found here.

I will be presenting next month on writing functions that work with the pipeline.


More PowerShell User Group Fun

Been neglecting writing up my Missouri user group adventures.

Last month (4/21) we had a several-hour talk session at the STL PSUG. Met @migreene and had a great time.

Last week (5/5…probably not the best day to meet) I presented a talk on Advanced Functions to a small but fun group at the MidMo PowerShell.

Tuesday I sat in on the @MSPSUG meeting with Steven Murawski.

I’ve started the ball rolling on a Southwest Missouri PSUG…probably have a meeting in June.

I really love the PowerShell community and enjoy all of the interaction.