Following up from the announcement last week, we now have confirmed speakers for our meetup tomorrow.

Agenda

Here is the complete agenda for tomorrow night’s meetup:

  • 6.00pm - Arrive, Mingle

  • 6.15pm - Introduction

  • 6.20pm - Getting Started: SharePoint PowerShell PnP by Veronique Lengelle [t]|b]
    Introducing PowerShell PnP for admins, what it’s for and how it can help admins dealing with simple SharePoint tasks when they’re not a developer.

  • 6.50pm - Either Git Fundamentals or Messing Around With Chocolatey by Paul Broadwith [t][b]
    I will leave it up to the room to decide on the night. Git Fundamentals is a talk I’ve given in the past and is an hour long so I will need to skip a lot of the content. Messing Around With Chocolatey is not a talk but in actual fact us just messing around with Chocolatey. This came from me talking to people about Chocolatey and realising how many have never heard from it. It ties nicely in with PowerShell and will save you a lot of time at home and at work. It’s not a sales pitch!

  • 7.20pm - Pizza, drinks and chat

  • 7.50pm - Simplifying Extended Events with PowerShell by Chrissy LeMaire [t][b]
    Chrissy is the creator of dbatools, a fantastic speaker and a huge presence in the SQL community. She is a PowerShell MVP and I am genuinely humbled to have her speak with us this month. This remote talk (all the way from Belgium) has a SQL bias but is useful to both the SQL and PowerShell groups.

  • 8.50pm - Thank You’s

Grab your tickets now from Meetup. And bring a friend (although make sure you grab a ticket for them too as we need to know numbers)!

Location

You can find the Incremental Group on the 5th floor of the Garment Factory, 10 Montrose Street, Glasgow, G1 1RE. NOTE: Google Maps is showing Incremental Group as near the Trongate which is incorrect. Search for the address and not Incremental Group.

Montrose street is just off of George Square and equi-distant of Queen Street and High Street train stations with a 5 minute walk. Glasgow Central and Argyle Street are around a 10 minute walk. When you get there press the buzzer on the small door to the left of the main doors.

… and finally …

The group is always in need of speakers so if you have a topic you’d like to talk about, whether that be a problem you have come across that you solved with PowerShell or a DevOps project you are working on that you’d like to share, please contact us.

See you on Thursday!

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