This meeting will be hosted by Microsoft Netherlands.
08:30 – 09:00 | Reception
09:00 – 09:15 | Welcome, introduction and DuPSUG changes | Jeff Wouters (MVP Windows PowerShell)
09:15 – 10:45 | CDXML – the hidden path to PowerShell modules | Richard Siddaway (MVP Windows PowerShell)
10:45 – 11:00 | Break
11:00 – 12:30 | ??? | Lee Holmes (Principle Software Design Engineer – PowerShell Product Team)
11:15 – 12:00 | PowerShell Summit, September meeting and debate | DuPSUG
12:30 – 13:30 | Lunch
13:30 – 15:30 | Talk about a product… Trust us, cool stuff! | Ferdinand Rios (CEO Sapien Technologies Inc.)
15:30 – 15:45 | Break
15:45 – 17:00 | PowerShell AST – Dissecting PowerShell scripts | Jeff Wouters (MVP Windows PowerShell)
17:00 – 18:00 | Q & A
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Have you ever wanted to visit an event with PowerShellians? Only PowerShellians?
An event where industry experts, MVP’s and the PowerShell Product Team is presenting and giving you the scoop on the wonder that is PowerShell?
Well… here’s your chance!
Back in 2012, before I became an MVP, I registered for the PowerShell Summit North America.
I was completely psyched that I would get to meet guys like Jeff Hicks, Don Jones, Jeffrey Snover, Richard Siddaway, Ed Wilson and many more…
Attending this event left me with a wonderful feeling and a head hurting of the knowledge gained in just a few days.
Events, both visiting and presenting at, is a main part of what drives my passion.
But… I noticed that lack of PowerShell deep dive session at the larger events.
Why is that? Because if you do a deep level session and most people won’t be able to follow/comprehend, the speaker would get bad ratings.
So speakers can’t go deep dive at such events!
The PowerShell Summit doesn’t have that problem This because all attendees have a focus on PowerShell, though some stronger than others.
You’re a newbie to PowerShell? No problem, speakers will take you step by step so you won’t be thrown into the lake in the hopes that you may swim, or not
Just to give you an idea…
Here is the PowerShell.org Youtube Channel… and to provide a glimpse of the content of the sister event, PowerShell Summit North
America, this year you can take a look at this playlist.
This is something I get asked quite a lot.
Some people use the -Replace operator, others the .Replace() method.
Did you know you could use a regex for this?
Easy and very, very fast
(get-content MyFile.txt) -match '\S'