PowerShell Conference Book Giveaway - February 2019

This month I’m doing something a little special and teaming up with another awesome community run event. PSPowerHour PSPowerHour is organized every month by Michael and Warren and encourages folks to come and give a few minutes of their time talking about something they do in powershell that can help others. This month we have two PSPowerHours to cover a variety of time zones. The events this month are as follows: [Read More]

PowerShell Conference Book Giveaway - December 2018

UPDATE 1/4/2019 We did not receive any winning entries for December 18, I know everyone slows down a but during the holiday period as such I am extending this set of requirements through the end of January 2019 and awarding two winners! As some of you already know, for the next eleven months I am giving away a single copy of the PowerShell Conference Book each month to a community member. [Read More]

November Giveaway Winner

I’m pleased to announce that our November winner is Juan Romero

Congratulations Juan, and thanks for your community contributions!

There are eleven more chances to win, so be sure to keep an eye on the monthly announcements with the requirements for that months chance to win! The december 2018 announcement will be up shortly.

PowerShell Conference Book Giveaway - November 2018

For the next twelve months I am giving away a single copy of the PowerShell Conference Book each month to a community member. I haven’t quite figured out the best way to do that yet, so I figured I may mix it up a little each month! How to Enter For November, we are going to keep it simple. Be a part of the powershell community and participate the PowerShell slack channel if you need to join, sign up over on slack directly [Read More]

PowerShell Conference Book Giveaway Announcement

Earlier this year, I went through the process of a job change, and was in the midst of that process when I was asked to contribute to the PowerShell Conference book. This is a wonderful community project, and as mentioned on the lean pub page All (100%) of the royalties from this book are donated to the OnRamp scholarship program. More information about the OnRamp track at the PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit and their scholarship program can be found on the PowerShell. [Read More]