Up Next: PowerShell MVP Steven Murawski talks about DevOps, DSC, StackExchange!

17 09 2013

70c25484ea883f25a2111aad9e02cf91This Thursday, September 19th, we are excited to be joined once more by PowerShell MVP Steven Murawski, (@StevenMurawski)! Steven is coming on the show to talk about DevOps, working at a high-scale web property like StackExchange, and his experiences as a Microsoft TAP customer using DSC (Desired State Configuration) in production.

This will be the second episode in our DSC series. Be sure to check out Episode 236 with Don Jones where he provided an introduction to the concepts.

As always, you can join us at 9:30PM EST at http://live.powerscripting.net





Podcast canceled this week.

5 09 2013

I’m sorry but I have to cancel this weeks podcast. We will try to get Josh rescheduled as soon as we can. The AC died at my house and it’s 88F in here. I need to focus on taking care of that tonight. I hope you will be able to join us next week.

-Jonathan





Up Next: Josh Swenson, PowerShell in the Real World

5 09 2013

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This Thursday, September 5th, we are having Josh Swenson on the show in a new series that we call, “PowerShell in the Real World”.  Josh works in the IT department of a state in the Pacific Northwest. He has some cool stories to share with us about how he uses PowerShell to monitor his environment and to keep things running smoothly. Topics will include AD, WMI, WSUS, report generation, and more.

And we’ll also be sure to ask Josh how he met Jeffrey Snover outside of his normal habitat!

As always, you can join us at 9:30PM EST at http://live.powerscripting.net





Up Next: Rob Willis talks about the PowerShell Deployment Toolkit

14 08 2013

Want to learn how to automate complex software deployments using PowerShell? Need to automate System Center deployments? Come to the live show this Thursday when we’ll be talking to Microsoft Principal Product Manager Rob Willis about the PowerShell Deployment Toolkit! Rob speaks at events such as TechEd, and writes on the Building Clouds blogavatar on Technet.

As always, you can join us at 9:30PM EST at http://live.powerscripting.net





Up Next: Glenn Block and Jim Christopher talk about ScriptCS

8 08 2013

logoThis Thursday August 8, we are having Glenn Block (@gblock) and Jim Christopher (@beefarino)  on the show to talk about ScriptCS! As always, you can join us at 9:30PM EST at http://live.powerscripting.net





Up Next: Shannon Bray on SharePoint

30 07 2013

29384a8This Thursday August 1, we are having Shannon Bray (@noidentity29) on the show to talk about SharePoint architecture and managing SharePoint with PowerShell! As always, you can join us at 9:30PM EST at http://live.powerscripting.net





Up Next: Don Jones talks about PowerShell V4 Desired State Configuration

24 07 2013

6759769a746ca9f0c2339df2a38cb9a8This Thursday July 25, we are having PowerShell MVP, Don Jones, on the show to give us his take on the PowerShell V4 feature Desired State Configuration. This will be a great show, don’t miss it!

Some reading material from Don on the topic:

Join us at 9:30PM EST at http://live.powerscripting.net





Up Next: Daniel St Jean from MVP Systems

16 07 2013

This Thursday, July 18,  we’re having Daniel St Jean from MVP Systems to talk about some new PowerShell stuff and Jams Scheduler.

 

As always, join us live at 9:30 PM EST Thursdays at http://live.powerscripting.net!





Up Next: Winners from the 2013 Scripting Games

10 07 2013

PowerShell-Scripting-Games-LogoThis Thursday, July 11,  we’re having the winners from the 2013 Scripting Games on the show to show off their work! We’ll be joined not only by Mike Robbins and Taylor Gibb (the top 2 winners), but Microsoft Scripting Guy,  Ed Wilson will be online as well!

Also, open invite to any other participants who want to Skype in as time permits.

As always, join us live at 9:30 PM EST Thursdays at http://live.powerscripting.net!





We want your PowerShell show ideas!

8 07 2013

Hi guys, Hal here. I just wanted to make a quick request: please reach out and let us know who or what you want to hear us talk about on the show in upcoming episodes. We have plenty of friends of the show who can come on and talk about what they are working on, and Jonathan and I certainly have no problem filling an hour with our own ideas. However, some of our best shows are driven by topics that we had never heard of before a listener like you dropped us a line to suggest it.

Getting in touch is easy via twitter, email, or blog comment (look down!). If you have a person in mind, that’s great. If you just want to hear us delve into a particular topic, that’s also great. We can find the experts on a given topic, whether it’s a product manager or engineer at Microsoft or another company, or just a guy/gal with a cool open source project.

Hope to hear from you soon!








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