July Meetup with WinOps

Two great news: we will have a joint event with WinOps and Jaap Brasser is coming over from Amsterdam to give a talk on ChatOps on Thursday 20th of July. He will cover a range of topics regarding Chat automation and the possibilities this gives us. We will dive into the concept of ChatOps, what... Continue Reading →

May and June events update

Hello PowerShell friends, We would like to share with you the updates/news about our upcoming events this month and in June! May evening Meetup - Thursday, 25th of May Fujitsu will be hosting us at their Baker Street. Thanks very much to Nick Parlow for arranging it for us last minute. Ebru and Gael returned... Continue Reading →

Half-day Powershell

With the demand of our community, we will organise a half-day event with 2 tracks. Looking forward to seeing you! Please tell us which track you are interested in when you RSVP, as we have limited space for each session. Sign up here: https://www.meetup.com/PowerShell-London-UK/events/238972765/ Time Presenter Track1: Powershell Essentials [100] Presenter Track2: Advanced Track [300] 9:30:11:00... Continue Reading →

May’17 Meetup Announcement

We have a meeting coming up on 25th of May. If you are interested in different implementations of Powershell on DSC, UI [Phoshor], or language essentials, join us our next meetup

March Meetup about Modules

We had our March meetup at Monster's London office, so grateful for the hospitality! We had two talks, one from Freddie Sackur, from Rackspace, presenting Powershell Cmdlets. You can grab his code on github: And Ebru Cucen, presenting the lifecycle of the Modules, you can find the slides, and sourcecode... Hope you enjoyed it! Please join... Continue Reading →

April Meetup at London

On Thursday, 27th of April, we will be at TicketMaster London office, with 2 talks: First, Iain Brighton will be talking about the unit testing, What do we test, Why do we test, and show the "How do we test" part with Pester. Second, we will have Daniel Krebs, presenting a recap of the PS... Continue Reading →


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