PowerShell Bangalore User Group (@PSBUG) is meeting on June 1st, 2013. From this event onwards, we are moving into a new format of having sessions not longer than 30 minutes and having multiple speakers from the community. In this upcoming meeting, we have four sessions on using PowerShell. Agenda: 10AM to 10.15AM – Registrations at the venue 10.30AM to 11.00AM – PowerShell for Hyper-V administration, Vinith Menon 11.00AM to 11.30AM – PowerShell for SQL Server Administration, Ravikanth Chaganti 11.30AM to 11.45AM – Break 11.45AM to 12.15 PM – PowerShell for SharePoint Server Administration, Kamlesh Rao 12.15PM to 12.45PM – Using regular expressions in PowerShell, Deepak Dhami 12.45PM to 1PM – Q & A and Open House Venue: Microsoft MTC 4th Floor, Hamilton Hall Signature Building Embassy Golf Links Business Park, 560071 Registration is free: http://psbugjune12013.eventbrite.com/
As a part of our continued focus to help the IT Pro community members, we are introducing a full day training on Windows Server 2008 R2 virtualization and free certification to a few selected members. This event is scheduled on 2nd June, 2012 at the Microsoft MTC building in Bangalore.
We had the BITPro / PowerShell Bangalore User Group UG meet today. I presented PowerShell 2.0 remoting. Here are the slides I used at this UG meet.
It just got over. The people participation was around 50-55, I think — not really a huge number for an event like this. There were three session since morning. First one was Vijay’s Windows 7 deep dive talk and second one was mine — Changes in Windows Server 2008 R2. At the end — in the afternoon — Aresh showed a few new features in Windows 7. The funniest part was, the Windows 7 laptop Vijay wanted to use for the Windows 7 deep dive crashed every time after connecting a projector. So, Win 7 deep dive was done using a Windows XP laptop. 🙂 Coming to my session, I got a feeling that my talk was fine but was more technical. I could have made it simple and easy to understand. Also, I spent very less time creating the deck and as a result I copied lot of pictures from a few R2 slides available on the Internet. I will try and do better next time. I, also, felt that more demos would have …
There is a Windows 7 install fest scheduled tomorrow (4/18) at various places in India. This is organized by the local user groups and I will speaking at the Bangalore event. I will be talking about “What is new in Windows Server 2008 R2?”. If you are also in Bangalore and happen to read this post, please come over to join us there. Here is the link to registration http://www.bitpro.in/Invitations/UGMeet18Apr.html I will post the slides I used — still working on that — and my experience from the overall event tomorrow. Stay tuned…!