SA Chapter Meeting

My PowerShell Journey - the PowerShell environment from the perspective of someone who had to learn it from nearly zero

A look at Windows PowerShell, the wonders and the pitfalls; taken from the perspective of someone who has some basic command shell scripting and who stayed as far away from jscript as humanly possible.

Why I love it, and why I hate it. This is not a session where we will be talking about the possibilities of PowerShell, I will be talking about how I built up the knowledge I have, and where my frustrations came from. Where possible, I will be giving you the final solution to my frustrations (where I have them) and we will actually work through a couple of basic scripts.

Think about what you want to be able to do with a script and we can start looking at how you can build it up. No one likes to start with a blank page right?

Members and non-members are welcome.

RSVP:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/437139606420936

Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/SAGE-AU-SA/events/170600242/

 

Please note that we have a new meeting location at the University of South Australia

  Room C5-49
  C Block
  UniSA City East Campus
  Corner of North Terrace and Frome Road

For a map of the Uni please refer to the UniSA website: http://unisa.edu.au/Campus-Facilities/Maps-Tours/City-East-campus/

 

When?

Tue, March 25, 2014
5 p.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT+1100) Australia/Sydney

Where?

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