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Friday
Jan062012

PowerShell v3 at NEBytes' 2nd birthday

This month's event marks 2 years since we started the North East Bytes user group and the start of what is bound to be an exciting year with some major new Microsoft products on the horizon. I'm happy to be able to give a presentation on the 18th January to talk about the "glue" that's going to bind a lot of those things together.

My session, "What's New in PowerShell v3, and Introducing Script Explorer" aims to give some insight into what's coming in the Windows 8 timeframe for those who have already started their PowerShell journey, and also to help those who are yet to take the plunge by looking at the soon-to-be-released Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell.

We're fortunate enough to have another interesting presentation on the night from Gary Short, another MVP and an excellent speaker, about data mining the social web.

You can see all the details, and register for this free event at Eventbrite. I hope to see you there!

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