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PASSMN December 14, 2010 Meeting

Posted by denglishbi on December 3, 2010

The next meeting Minnesota SQL Server User Group (PASSMN) is coming up and we are moving it up a week because of the holiday season and are going to join the newly formed Twin Cities PowerShell User Group to hear Nick Weber talk about Practical PowerShell & SQL!

The sponsor for this event is Virteva.

Agenda:

4:30 – 5:00 : Welcome Time
5:00 – 5:15 : Announcements
5:15 – 5:25 : Sponsor
5:25 – 6:45 : PRACTICAL POWERSHELL & SQL (Nick)
6:45 – 7:00 : Survey Collection and Giveaways

Presentation:

PRACTICAL POWERSHELL & SQL

PowerShell a new command-line/scripting environment from Microsoft, that developers to administrators alike can use to automate tasks. PowerShell is a command line utility in a GUI world and that tends to frightened many. If you’re still hesitant to dive into PowerShell, you’re not alone. But rest assured a lot of the examples we will go over are easy and practical. We will start out with the PowerShell basics then dive deeper into scripting out objects and finally move into advance scripts.

Nick Weber is a IT Professional with over 14 year of experience.  That time was spent in messaging, network, SAN storage, virtualization and database administration.  Currently a Senior Production DBA but still keeps his hands dirty with all IT’s dark arts.

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Hope to see you there!

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