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MSPSUG May Virtual Meeting: Writing Your First Azure Function

For our May 2018 Mississippi PowerShell User Group virtual meeting, Microsoft MVP Thomas Rayner will be presenting “Writing Your First Azure Function” on Tuesday, May 8th at 8:30pm central time. Rather than worrying about maintaining servers, Azure Functions allow you to focus on building great apps. Functions provides a fully managed compute platform with high reliability and security. With Scale on demand you get the resources you need, when you need them. You can create functions in tons Read more [...]

Call for Mississippi (Virtual) #PowerShell User Group Speakers 2018

The Mississippi PowerShell User Group is currently in the process of having a call for speakers for 2018. Have a PowerShell related topic that you would be interested in presenting for our user group virtually via Skype for Business? See our about page for our email address and send us a title, abstract, and bio along with what month you would like to present. Updates will be posted to this page once accepted. We normally meet at 8:30pm Central Time on the second Tuesday of each month as shown Read more [...]

MSPSUG June 2016 Virtual Meeting – Pester the Tester: PowerShell Bugs Beware!

For the June 2016 Mississippi PowerShell User Group virtual meeting, Microsoft MVP Robert Cain will be presenting “Pester the Tester: PowerShell Bugs Beware!” on Tuesday, June 14th at 8:30pm central time. So you've been developing PowerShell for a while, or perhaps you're taking over maintenance of an existing set of scripts. It would be great to get extra confidence in your scripts through testing, but how? You're in luck, there's a new module in town, Pester! Pester is a friendly testing Read more [...]

The Mississippi PowerShell User Group April Virtual Online Meeting is Tonight at 8:30pm Central Time

The Mississippi PowerShell User Group will be meeting tonight (Tuesday, April 12th) at 8:30pm Central Time via an online (virtual) meeting. There is no specific agenda for this meeting other than to discuss the PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit 2016 which both Mike and Rohn attended and presented at last week. We’ve found adhoc meetings tend to generate some of the best content because it gives us a chance to discuss what we’ve been working on with PowerShell in our real world environments Read more [...]