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Earlier this week, the PowerHour was announced. What is it? It’s kind of like a virtual user group. One hour, 6(ish) lightning demos (10 minutes or less), centered on PowerShell. All community-sourced and driven – anyone can submit a proposal for a demo and if accepted, you’ll be slotted into an available spot. They’ve already…

Read More PowerHour – Online PowerShell Lightning Talks!

Consider this the outtakes from my previous post about speaking at SQL Saturday. It took a while for me to build up the courage to finally get up in the front of a room at SQL Saturday. As I mentioned in my prior post, I did quite a bit of studying of other peoples’ sessions,…

Read More Getting Over It or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Speaking

On Thursday, February 26th I presented “Easing Into Windows PowerShell” to a packed house at the Rochester SQL Server User Group meeting. Thanks to Matt Slocum (b | t) for being my semi-official photographer. We set a chapter attendance record! I had a lot of fun presenting this (my first time speaking outside my company) and we…

Read More Rochester SQL Server User Group February Meeting – Slides & Demos

On Thursday, February 26th at 6:00 PM EST I will be speaking at the Rochester PASS chapter meeting. The topic is “Easing Into PowerShell – What’s It All About?“. You’ve been hearing a lot about Windows PowerShell, but you’re wondering if it’s something you should be looking into. In this introductory session, we’ll talk about what PowerShell is,…

Read More Rochester PASS Chapter February Meeting – I’m Speaking!