PowerShell MVP Jeff Wouters Speaking for MSPSUG on Tuesday, August 13th at 8:30pm CDT

PowerShell MVP Jeff Wouters will be speaking at the official August meeting for the Mississippi PowerShell User Group on Tuesday, August 13th at 8:30pm Central Time.

Here’s a brief description of Jeff’s presentation:

PowerShell 101 includes ‘filter to the left’. Many people forget to do this, don’t understand why you would want to or just don’t care. In this session I’ll show you why filtering to the left is desired. I’ll also cover a few tricks which allow you to avoid the pipeline all together. I’ll also show you why the pipeline isn’t bad and even extremely powerful.

And here’s some background information about Jeff:

Jeff Wouters, MVP PowerShell, is a freelance technical consultant from The Netherlands with a focus on automating and high availability through Microsoft and Citrix products. He has a great passion for PowerShell and uses it to automate tasks and reports on the job. Jeff is a frequent speaker on the E2E Virtualization Conference, BriForum and the Microsoft TechDays. He is also the founding member of the Dutch PowerShell User Group. Jeff is an active tweeter @JeffWouters and blogs at http://www.jeffwouters.nl (mainly about PowerShell but also about anything that piques his interest).

I’ve followed Jeff on twitter and his blog for some time now in addition to meeting him in person at the PowerShell Summit earlier this year and I have to say that I’m very impressed by Jeff’s knowledge of PowerShell. We look forward to having Jeff speak for us and this is a presentation that you don’t want to miss!

Register on EventBrite to receive the URL for this virtual (online) meeting.

Please see our Attendee Info page for the software requirements and be sure you have the client that’s referenced on that page installed prior to the meeting.


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