#DuPSUG – PowerShell Remoting – Slide deck & scripts used

Hi all,

As I had mentioned in my previous post, I gave a presentation last week at the Dutch PowerShell UserGroup [DuPSUG] about PowerShell Remoting.

It was my first time presenting in front of a crowd [approximately 55] which weren’t my colleagues [and even there at max like 10-15 people] or a handful of customers, so to say the least I was quite anxious.

Thanks to some great tips by Jeff Wouters and Ben Gelens I made it through and when clicking to the second slide I went into automatic pilot mode 🙂

 

As promised at the event and in the previous post, here are the slide deck and scripts used in the presentation.
The slide deck includes my personal notes and resources used in case you want to read up more on the subject.

I don’t mind other people re-using this content, just please give credit where credit is due.

PowerShell Remoting – Theory & Practice – Slide Deck

PowerShell Remoting – Theory & Practice – Scripts

 

Happy scripting! 🙂

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#DuPSUG – PowerShell Remoting seminar

I’m happy to be able to say to that tomorrow I’ll be giving my first presentation on the Dutch PowerShell User Group!

Along with  Mark van de Waarsenburg,  Erik Heeres, Erik van der Plas and Danny den Braver we’ll be trying to spread the gospel of PowerShell amongst the interested people 🙂

My seminar will be focused on PowerShell Remoting – Practice & Theory and will feature a few labs along the way.
I expect to post a few of the components, along with slide deck and scripts used on the site

I’m very anxious and nervous, but I can’t wait to see how it goes!

Be sure to follow the twitter tag #DuPSUG tomorrow for frequent updates 🙂

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