[Update: September 12th, 2008: This has been cancelled. I may reconsider putting this on in 2009.]
If you or anyone you know is interested feel free to contact me to
register: marco DOT shaw AT gmail DOT com or leave a comment here.
Please feel free to pass this around.
Who should attend: Administrators/Developers/Architects/Engineers/Analysts
When: October 2, 2008.
Where: UNB Fredericton
Time: 9AM-4PM (1 hour for lunch, bring your own)
Why attend: Windows PowerShell (http://www.microsoft.com/powershell)
is Microsoft's next-generation automation scripting language. All
admin tasks within Exchange 2007 are all based on Windows PowerShell
functionality. PowerShell is part of Microsoft's Common Engineering
Criteria 2009, which basically means all server products should now be
shipped with PowerShell functionality.
What the session will provide (tentative):
-9AM-10AM: PowerShell introduction (theory/lecture)
-10AM-10.30AM: PowerShell 3rd party products (theory/lecture) -- & short break
-10.30AM-11.30AM: PowerShell scripting (theory/lecture)
-11.30AM-noon: PowerShell hands-on scripting/labs
-noon-1PM: lunch break
-1PM-2PM: PowerShell development with C# (theory/lecture)
-2PM-3PM: PowerShell hands-on development/labs -- & short break
The above leaves room to change some things or spend more time on
particular topics. Going until 3PM is highly likely, and going to 4PM
Marco is currently an IT system analyst for one of Canada's leading
telecommunications companies. He has been working in the IT industry
for over 10 years. He recently received a Microsoft Most Valuable
Professional award for his contributions to the Windows PowerShell
community. His personal blog is at http://marcoshaw.blogspot.com,
where he covers all kinds of PowerShell related topics. He is also a
contributor and moderator of the new PowerShell Community site at