PowerShell Users Group April 5 2016

For our session in April our speaker is Jason Yoder.

Topic: Objects, Objects Everywhere

From the most basic usage of PowerShell to its most advanced concepts, these little bundles of data are used everywhere. Originally only existing in the developer’s world, IT Professions now need to understand objects at a very deep level to fully leverage them.  Microsoft Certified Trainer and sapienmvpSAPIEN PowerShell MVP Jason Yoder will take you into the world of objects and discover what makes them tick.  We will look at more ways than you may be aware of too created and harness their power. Have a trial copy of SAPIEN PowerShell Studio 2015 on your laptop to fully participate in the fun.

JasonYoderSpeaker:

Jason Yoder is a lifelong technology enthusiast, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and a Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy. Jason holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree as well as high level Microsoft certifications on all operating systems from Windows NT 4 to Windows Server 2012. Jason started his career in 1997 as the Technology Coordinator for a public system in Indiana. He then moved to a regional engineering company in Indianapolis and helped to take them to both a national, and international level. As a Chief Information System Technician in the United States Navy, Jason works to improve naval computer systems and to train junior Sailors to become IT Professionals. Jason specializes in delivering training for Windows PowerShell, Server, and Client. His clients span public, private, government, and military organizations and has delivered training in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America. He is also a technical reviewer for Microsoft’s official training on Windows PowerShell and the moderator for the Active Directory forums on PowerShell.com.

Sponsors:

Tek Systems

Microsoft Store Store

April Session will be held at Microsoft Store – Scottsdale Fashion Square
7014 E Camelback Rd,
Scottsdale, Az 85281

Time is 5:30 to 8:00PM – 5:30 to 6pm is to allow speaker time to setup.