During the recent PowerShell+DevOps Global Summit I had two primary presentations, that is, traditional sessions with slides and demos. My other sessions were panels which means if you weren’t in the room you missed out on some great content and interaction.
Anyway….my main sessions were on creating class-based PowerShell tools and using Nano server in the datacenter. The former was a lightening fast 45 minute session where I tried to cram in as much as I could. The latter was a 90 minute walkthrough of building a variety of Nano server images to meet traditional datacenter roles. Again, there’s no substitute for attending.
But for those of you who couldn’t attend, all of my demo files are available on GitHub.
I realize not everyone has jumped on to GitHub yet. You don’t need a GitHub account to get these files. No need to fork or clone. All you have to do is click on the green “clone or download” button and download a zip file. Of course you are welcome to clone the repo if you’d like.
As far as recordings go, this was not a good year. My Nano server session was not recorded and I don’t know yet about the class-based tools session.
Thanks to everyone who attended my sessions. I hope you found them worth your time.