AZPOSH | Arizona PowerShell User Group

Don’t forget… Tuesday 11/3

Jason Yoder will be presenting on “Realizing your return on investment with PowerShell”.

You can register for the event on EventBrite:

The meeting will be from 5:30pm to 8pm MST at Pulte (not Microsoft)

1230 W Washington St. #101 – 6th floor
Tempe, AZ 85281


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1 Year Later….

Wow, what a year!  It’s been one year since my last post here.  While I’ve missed you all, I’ve been very busy having fun with my new baby (who’s now walking and getting into everything)!

In the mean time, Thom Schumacher recently moved to town with his wife and brought his PowerShell passion with him.  Thom has been working to resurrect the group and had his first meeting last month.  He has also made arrangements for the next meeting.

Next Tuesday, November 3rd, from 5:30pm to 8:00pm (Arizona Time), Jason Yoder will be presenting on the topic of Realizing your return on investment with PowerShell.  The location is not at Microsoft this time but rather at:

1230 W Washington St Ste 101, Tempe, AZ
Tempe, AZ 85281 United States

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Jason Yoder is a lifelong technology enthusiast, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and a Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy. Jason holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree as well as high level Microsoft certifications on all operating systems from Windows NT 4 to Windows Server 2012. Jason started his career in 1997 as the Technology Coordinator for a public system in Indiana. He then moved to a regional engineering company in Indianapolis and helped to take them to both a national, and international level. As a Chief Information System Technician in the United States Navy, Jason works to improve naval computer systems and to train junior Sailors to become IT Professionals. Jason specializes in delivering training for Windows PowerShell, Server, and Client. His clients span public, private, government, and military organizations and has delivered training in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America. He is also a technical reviewer for Microsoft’s official training on Windows PowerShell and the moderator for the Active Directory forums on


***Notes: Please make sure that you Park in the 4 hour parking  or visitor spots on the property. 

Entrance – When you arrive if there is not someone there to greet you and let you on the elevator please wait tweet or call me ( 512 633-0620 or 512-565-6396) we’ll have someone come down and let you in.

When you arrive on the 6th floor you are looking for the room labled Sky Harbor.

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No #November @AZPOSH Meeting

Hello All,

We will not be meeting next week for the November meeting.  I am taking a break and will hopefully get it back up and running after the New Year.  If anyone is still interesting in meeting up, please shoot me a message, and I’ll get those interested on an email string together.  You can use the Contact Page to send me your information (mainly the email address you’d like to use).

I hope everyone has a great rest of the year and continues to prosper and makes PowerShell and automation apart of their everyday work.

Thank you,

Lindsey Lindley

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#October @AZPOSH Meeting tomorrow 10/1

Hello everyone,

I know we didn’t get in September, so I’d like to get together this week/Wednesday to discuss the future and direction of the group.  Please bring your ideas and share on what you’d like to see from the group meetings.

We’ll be meeting at the Microsoft Tempe office and will have an online meeting starting at 3:30pm Arizona time (-7).

See everyone tomorrow!



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@AZPOSH meeting cancelled today

The monthly AZPOSH meeting is cancelled.

Thank you.

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