We are looking forward to seeing you all at our next meetup. The agenda is below:
4:00 - 4:15: Networking
4:15 - 4:25: Get Started with PowerShell (Beginner Session)
In this 10-minute lightning talk, Frank will show five things that everyone needs to know to be successful in learning PowerShell.
Presented by: Frank Lesniak
4:25 - 4:30: Q&A, Break, Michael Sets Up
4:30 - 4:55: PowerShell Best Practices and Resources from an MVP (Intermediate Session)
For those looking to take their PowerShell game to the next level, Michael will share the best practices and tips he’s learned over the years, as well as a list of recommended resources to learn more
Presented by: Michael Blumenthal, MVP
4:55 - 5:00: Q&A, Break, David Sets Up
5:00 - 5:40: Branching Your Way to Glory: Source Control for the System Administrator (Advanced Session)
Already know your way around PowerShell? Great! This session will show you how to collaborate with members of your team more effectively. During this session, we will review the fundamental principles of source control, and how they can add value to system administration/configuration efforts. You will learn how to configure Azure DevOps so that it can be leveraged in combination with Visual Studio Code (VSC) to create the ultimate PowerShell development platform for any administrator. We will also share a script that configures the application and user settings for integration between Azure DevOps, VSC, and PowerShell. At the end of the session, you should be:
---Familiar with how you can use Azure DevOps as a code/script repository, and VSC as an integrated development environment (IDE)
---Knowledgeable of how to create feature branches, commits, pull requests, and review policies
---Conversant in licensing implications with Azure DevOps for large team sizes
Presented by: David Wiggs
5:40 - 5:45: Q&A
5:45 - 6:00: Networking
Thank you to our gracious host West Monroe for the venue. We will post logistics information as we get closer to the event.
If you want to host or present for our 2nd quarter meet, please message
me! It is never too early to start planning!