Do you like PowerShell? SQL Server? Are you anywhere close to Chattanooga TN? Then don’t miss this SQL Saturday, June 25th 2016.
I’m giving two sessions (yes two for the price of one!). The first session will be PowerShell 201. It covers advanced concepts you need to know, such as debugging, remoting, security, and code signing.
The second session will educate on using PowerShell with SQL Server. We’ll cover the use of the SQL Provider (SQLPS) as well as the more advanced SQL Management Object library (SMO).
You’ll find the full schedule here, as well as links to register, directions, and the like.
Best of all, my demos are already uploaded, so you can download early and play along during the presentation!
I’ll mention Chattanooga is a great vacation town, so bring your whole family. There’s a huge aquarium, discovery museum, Lookout Mountain, and tons of attractions to keep them occupied while you’re having fun at SQL Saturday.
My newest Pluralsight course is now live, Testing PowerShell with Pester! In this 4 hour course I walk through a complete introduction to Pester, to showing you how to both modify existing code as well as create a brand new module using Pester to guide development using the Test Driven Development methodology. You’ll find all the details at:
Not as familiar as PowerShell as you’d like to be? I have several other courses at Pluralsight that may help, especially my Beginning PowerShell Scripting for Developers course. You can see my full catalog of courses at:
What? You don’t have a Pluralsight subscription? No problem, just shoot me an email to free<at>arcanetc.com and I’ll send you a code good for a 30 day trial to Pluralsight, with which you can watch my courses, or any of the great courses by my fellow Pluralsight authors.