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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Scripting Guy Ed Wilson about the 2011 Scripting Games!
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- The 2011 Scripting Games have been announced
- MVP Thomas Lee has announced two dates for his weekend PowerCamp in York, UK. London coming soon as well.
- SAPIEN PrimalForms 2011 has entered private beta
- The first annual Tampa IT Camp is coming March 19th!
- VMware has released the official PowerCLI poster for v4.1.1
The news is brought to you by Don Jones’ 2011 PowerShell Retreat in Las Vegas
- 2011 Scripting Games Study Guide
- MVP Sean Kearney produced Scripting Games commercials:
- Easy to remember URL: http://scriptingguys.com
21:47 <jonwalz-1> You can’t see it but Hal is wearing a cool Indiana Jones shirt
21:48 <halr9000> why thank you jonwalz-1
21:48 <halr9000> got it from Disney
21:52 <ChadMiller-1> +1 Scripting Wife is awesome
21:53 <SQLvariant> Do I get to go in the Beginner category since I’ve never participated in the Scripting Games before? :-)
21:57 <halr9000> that’s what we need in a scripting guy: a PowerShell Bigot
21:59 <Start-Automating> Ed, Boots and WPK are (slowly) merging
21:59 <jasonmarcher> like two galaxies
22:06 <halr9000> ha! I love mixed metaphors!
22:06 <halr9000> gotta rein that train in!
22:07 <halr9000> my own original: You don’t want to be the third wheel in a two horse race
22:10 <jonwalz-1> who’s going to grade the vbscripts?
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- Quick reference guide for PowerShell with Lync Server 2010
- Use PowerShell to find expired certificates
- Nice beginner walkthrough of querying SQL from PowerShell
- NetApp DataONTAP PSProvider
- Call PowerShell from ASP.NET
- Session support for PowerShell ISE!
- Speed up the reading of large text files
- Hal talks about Group-Object