PowerShell UK User Group January 2011
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Presenter is Ed Wilson – Microsoft Scripting Guy
About Ed Wilson:
Ed Wilson, MCSE, MSCBA, MCT is the Microsoft Scripting Guy.
As such, he writes the popular Hey Scripting Guy blog for Microsoft, speaks at conferences such as TechEd and TechReady.
He is very active in the community and has spoken to numerous user groups around the world via Live Meeting and in person.
Ed has written numerous books about VBScript, WMI, and Windows PowerShell scripting and
his latest release is Windows PowerShell 2.0 Best Practices.
In addition he wrote all the scripts for the Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 Resource kits.
Ed lives in York, South Carolina and Ed has been with Microsoft since 2001.
Prior to becoming the writer of the Hey Scripting Guy blog Ed taught scripting workshops worldwide to Microsoft Premier customers.
When: Tuesday, Jan 11, 2011 7:30 PM (GMT)
Where: Live Meeting
Learn Windows PowerShell best practices as they apply to each stage of the script development lifecycle. See the differences between working interactively from the Windows PowerShell prompt, writing an inline script, adding basic function, advanced functions and finally the implementation of Windows PowerShell Modules. What is a local best practice for Windows PowerShell development is not the same as a global best practice, and this talk covers those differences.
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