The PowerShell Standards Agency – Write better code for Everybody
There’s the quick way or there’s the right way. In this session we will look at good practices and standards to follow when writing PowerShell to make it easier for you and others to trust and reuse your code
By the end of this session you’ll have a guide to being a better PowerShell citizen, following best practices and sharing your code with others.
Become a member of the PowerShell Standards Agency* (Not a real thing) and write better code for Everybody
Power BI and PowerShell - A Match Made in Heaven
Power BI is the shiny new tech for processing and visualizing data in the Microsoft Data Platform. However, the plumbing in the background does need managing (even if it is cloud-based and supposedly automagic).
In this session we will take a look at how to manage your datasets, security, monitor licensing and more, all through the ultimate administration interface: PowerShell!
You'll leave the session with an overview of the management capabilities of Power BI and couple that knowledge with the awesome power (and automation possibilities) of PowerShell
Craig is a Microsoft certified Data Engineer working with Incremental Group. He has more than 10 years working with the Microsoft Data Platform and related technologies, supporting global BI Environments, automating processes with PowerShell and implementing BI Solutions. Craig is actively involved in the SQL community as a co-leader of the Glasgow SQL User group & creator of the SQLGLA Event in Scotland.
I’m a Senior Technical Engineer for Chocolatey Software, Inc., living and working in Scotland. I've worked in IT for over 25 years now. As somebody kindly put it, I’ve been about a bit.
I love to automate through PowerShell and I love to teach others the same.