May 8th Meeting

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Thanks to all who attended the April meeting. You'll find the transcript file and a PDF of the slides on the Meetings page.
Plan to join us on May 8th, where Adam Driscoll of Quest software will be presenting on PSv3.
In this session we will take a look at what's new in PowerShell 3.0. Throughout the session we will explore new features such as the CIM cmdlets, scheduled jobs and Windows Workflow for PowerShell. Additionally, we will investigate the enhancements to the existing functionality such as simplified syntax, updatable help and cmdlet autodiscovery. 


Adam Driscoll is a software developer and team lead at Quest Software. He has experience working with Microsoft .NET, Android, SQL, and C++ but focuses primarily on PowerShell API development. Since PowerShell is fast becoming the automation tool of choice for both Microsoft and IT administrators, he finds it is exciting to contribute to the platform as it evolves and advances. Adam is the author of the Visual Studio 2010 extension PowerGUI VSX. It integrates the PowerGUI PowerShell script editor into Visual Studio. Since its inception it has received over 40,000 downloads. Adam is also an avid blogger, runs the Madison Wisconsin PowerShell User Group and is working on his first book, Microsoft Windows PowerShell 3.0 First Look. 

The meeting will be hosted at Benchmark Learning, 4510 W. 77th Street, Edina, MN. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. with the meeting starting at 5:00 p.m. (Sorry about the time display on the website...still trying to work thru that challenge!)
We'll also be providing a link to those who would like to attend remotely. Watch for your email with that information coming soon!

If you aren't on the mailing list, feel free to drop me a note for the remote access information - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

See you on May 8th!