Sixth DuPSUG meeting, an overview


Today I attended the Dutch PowerShell User Group meeting, colloquially known as DuPSUG. It was the first meeting of 2015 and it was a day filled with exciting sessions focusing on Desired State Configuration, OMI, AST and Azure Pack. Inovativ was kind enough to host the day at their headquarters in Amstelveen.

Blog of the Presenters
Jeffrey Snover
Bartek Bielawski
Ben Gelens
Jeff Wouters
Stefan Stranger
Interesting Links
Dutch PowerShell User Group Site
Monad Manifesto

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6th DuPSUG meeting sold out… it is!

It only took 7 days for 70 tickets to be sold.
To all that didn’t get a ticket: Sorry, better luck next time!
I remember when we had our first meeting, with Ed Wilson (MSFT Scripting Guys) as our ‘main attraction’ and it took almost 3 months to sell 35 tickets.

Only 3 years later, the PowerShell community has grown considerably in The Netherlands.
We even have a ticket registered to an American (Texas) lady that lives in Germany.
We have some Belgians coming over…
Not even to mention all the expats that live in The Netherlands that have registered.

To see this adoption and of PowerShell and the community around is makes me happy.
This is what I started the user group for!
So I want to thank all past, current and future attendees / speakers / sponsors for making all of this possible… Thank you!

See you at the meeting! :-)

On behalf of DuPSUG,

Jeff Wouters.

6th DuPSUG meeting sold out… or is it?

Last Tuesday we posted the announcement and registration link for the 6th DuPSUG meeting on this blog…
And yesterday, so after only 6 days, we were sold out!
That means 55 people, almost an average of 9 per day, registered for our meeting.

So, you haven’t got your tickets but still want to attend?
We’ve just made another 15 tickets available… so be quick to register!
After those 15 are also gone, we won’t be able to share more tickets because the room simply won’t allow for more visitors.

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