I am very excited to announce that we have another in-person presentation for March!
Jeffery Hicks, PowerShell MVP, trainer, and author, will be in Phoenix Wednesday, March 19 and has offered to present to the group. We will be meeting at the Microsoft building in Tempe from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. I am trying to arrange for pizza but will let everyone know as it gets a little closer.
Just remember – no meeting this week. It has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 19th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm Arizona time (-7).
Well I hope everyone enjoyed Don Jones’ presentation last week on DSC (Desired State Configuration). I know that I learned some great information!!
If you haven’t joined the Arizona PowerShell User Group on LinkedIn, I definitely recommend it. Today, there were three new job opportunities posted to the group here: http://lnkd.in/btEqmZb. The group can also be a great place to find out what’s going on; the LinkedIn group can be found here: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=4080244
Lastly, we are not having a February User Group Meeting. We have decided to use this time to work on the Scripting Games submission.
Thank you – Lindsey
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I am very excited for our meeting today; it’s not every month that we get to see our wonderful presenters in person! And who can pass up pizza?! I will be there about 5:30 tonight with pizza so come early and socialize/eat. If you cannot make it to the Microsoft Tempe office, you can join the presentation via Lync with the link below – the presentation should kick off around 6p Arizona Time (-7):
See everyone soon!
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Hello everyone – happy (late) Friday!
I am so excited to begin the new year! AZPOSH had a strong 2013, and I’m confident 2014 will be even better! We manage to grow and mature every year and bring new people onboard as we do it – for those who don’t know or realize, this will be our 4th year together! It’s amazing to me how time flies when you are having fun.
Anyways, we have put together our team for 2014 Scripting Games, and I can’t wait for AZPOSH to represent! Thank you everyone who volunteered to be on our team. And a big thanks to PowerShell.org for putting it on.
As I have mentioned, Wednesday, January 15th at 6pm Arizona time (-7), Don Jones will be presenting to AZPOSH. We will be meeting at Microsoft as usual, but please note the start time – it’s much later than our normal window. Because we’re starting later, Interface Technical Training has offered to sponsor pizza for us!!! Interface has always been a big supporter of ours and more importantly help promote and educate this wonderful thing we all love, PowerShell. If you are interested in having pizza, please fill out the form below, so I can get an accurate count.
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If you haven’t heard yet, the 2014 Winter Scripting Games are right around the corner! The practice event starts January 6th (that’s just two short weeks away) and the first event starts January 19th. As you may also know, The Scripting Games are team based this time with 2-6 participants per team. The idea is to get people thinking more like colleagues and less like individuals… i.e. collaborate with your peers instead of just scrambling around on Bing/Google. There is more information here: http://powershell.org/wp/category/announcements/scripting-games/
AZPOSH is going to have at least one, maybe two teams. Right now, we have 9 people who have expressed interest in being on the team (I will send a note to you 9 confirming). If you are interested (or changed your mind about being involved), please send me a note by next Monday January 30th. You can use email, the Contact page, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, whatever you’d like as long as I get it… we’re trying to nail down how many teams we’ll have. Team formation and registration with the Scripting Games will begin January 2nd.
On a side note, I want to remind everyone that we are not having our January meeting next Wednesday. Instead, we’re having a meeting on Wednesday, January 15th @ 6PM with Don Jones.