Call for Mississippi (Virtual) PowerShell User Group Speakers for 2020

The Mississippi PowerShell User Group is currently in the process of having a call for speakers for 2020. Do you 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. Also, please include what type of user you feel your presentation is appropriate for (Fundamentals, Intermediate, or Advanced).

What is this experience level we’re looking for? In 2020, we’re going to try something a little different with the meeting topics. In addition to the intermediate and advanced topics, we’re looking for 4-6 presenters to do some “PowerShell Fundamentals” sessions for us. We’re not looking for topics as simple as a “This is a cmdlet”, but things along the lines of ‘Scripting Best Practices’, ‘Turning a Script Into a Function’, ‘Customizing Your PowerShell Environment (console/VS Code)’, etc…. We’ll be mixing these in throughout the year around the more advanced topics.

Updates will be posted to this page once accepted.

We meet at 8:30 pm Central Time on the second Tuesday of each month as shown in the following image.

Here is our lineup of speakers so far for 2020:

January 14th – Josh King
February 11th –
March 10th –
April 14th –
May 12th – Jeff Hicks
June 9th –
July 14th –
August 11th –
September 8th –
October 13th –
November 10th –
December 8th –

The Mississippi PowerShell User Group Meetings are held online (via Skype for Business) on the second Tuesday of each month at 8:30 pm Central Time and are free to attend. The system requirements to attend these online meetings can be found on the MSPSUG website under the ā€œAttendee Infoā€ section.

Note: It is not necessary to live in Mississippi or join our user group to attend our meetings or present a session for our user group.

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