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Tuesday, November 11 • 4:00pm - 5:45pm
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Most IT professionals have searched for and downloaded a scripted solutions to solve an immediate problem they were facing. These solutions can save a ton of time and allow us to get work done more easily. How about giving something back to that community? Even if you're relatively new to PowerShell, creating and sharing modules with others isn't that hard to do. Come to this session to learn more about how to share your PowerShell functions inside of PowerShell modules, and learn a lot of best practices that you can follow along the way to make it much easier for you and for those with whom you share your module.

  1. Writing modules in PowerShell is really, really easy.

  2. You should always keep your scripts and modules in a versioning system that is backed up somewhere.

  3. The more best practices you follow, the easier your module will be to use and the greater

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Kirk Munro

PowerShell MVP, Independent Consultant
Kirk Munro is a 9-time PowerShell MVP and an Independent Contractor.  For the past 10 years, Kirk has focused almost all of his time on PowerShell and PowerShell solutions, including working in development, evangelist, architecture, and Product Management roles while working on popular PowerShell editors such as PowerGUI, PowerWF and PowerSE.  It is through this work he became known as the world's first self-proclaimed Poshoholic.  Outside... Read More →

Tuesday November 11, 2014 4:00pm - 5:45pm
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