6.00pm - Arrive, Pizza, Mingle
6.25pm - Introduction
6.30pm - The World of PowerShell and AWS by Bryce McDonald;
Bryce is an early adopter of the ‘Infrastructure as Code’ methodologies, and this has proven useful throughout his career as a system administrator. He likes to give back to the community through speaking at PowerShell User Groups, making videos on TechSnips, and authoring the AWS PowerShell book.
7.30pm - Break
7.45pm - Building Better Bricks: Module design and development best practice by Chris Gardner;
Chris Gardner is a DevOps and ALM consultant with over 4 years’ experience working with PowerShell. He has recently been focusing on using DSC to configure Windows for a variety of purposes, particularly when provisioning dev/test environments in Azure.
8.45pm - Thank You’s
More details: psdevopsug.scot
A group for anyone interested in PowerShell and Devops (sometimes called WinOps). We focus on any technology with a use for PowerShell including full .NET PowerShell, PowerShell Core (on Linux or Mac OSX), DSC, SQL, Azure and anything else you can think of. If it works with PowerShell it works for us.
Whatever level you are at with PowerShell or related technologies you are very welcome. The group has members with all skills levels so you will find something here for you.
To keep up to date on more information on the group you will receive notifications from the Meetup page. But you can also find more information at psdevopsug.scot, @ScotPSUG Twitter feed (twitter.com) and Facebook (www.facebook.com)
Code of Conduct:
Common sense is applied. Be respectful. Be helpful. And understand that the group has members of all skill levels and there is no such thing as a 'stupid question'.