Topic: All about HashTables
PowerShell is based on Objects and one of the most common things that either create an object or are contained in an object is a HasTable. Come to this session to see how hashtables work in PowerShell. How they can be used in PowerShell.
Link to material presented on the 6th: Powershell Hashtables
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About our Speaker:
Thom Schumacher is an IT professional with over 25 years’ experience Thom’s background includes 10 years as an Avionics technician and 16 years for a major computer manufacturer. He is presently working as a contractor for an Electric distributor.
Thom started the Microsoft PowerShell user’s group in Austin Texas. Thom’s Microsoft PowerShell expertise is in IIS, TFS, & supporting dot net code. Thom has attended a number of the Microsoft PowerShell user’s conference in the US and has spoken at the Asian Microsoft PowerShell conference in Singapore. He is passionate about teaching what he knows and automating whatever he can.
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Tuesday November 6th, from 5:30 pm – 7 pm Arizona Time ( first 30 minutes reserved for speaker setup and for attendees to network). Speaker should start around 6 pm.