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June 19th Meetup

This meeting is about community and our awesome members! We’re opening the floor to our membership to share knowledge first-hand with one another.

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June 5th Meetup

One of the greatest strengths of the PowerShell language is its flexibility. However, even though PowerShell is super adaptable, some tasks are still a challenge. Tasks such as creating a GUI front-end for your PowerShell function or packaging your PowerShell module as an EXE or DLL are not trivial tasks. That’s where 3rd party tools and add-ons can bridge the gap!

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Rtpsug Monthly Roundup May

Welcome to our first official newsletter.

This is a new idea we’re looking to develop further and welcome your feedback on what you think of the newsletter concept for our user group. We are planning to send out a monthly newsletter that talks about all things PowerShell in the community and the things we have planned for the near future as well as a discussion of the topics recently discussed at groups meetings. We hope you find the information in our newsletter helpful and insightful. We’re still figuring out the right length, so please let us know what you think!

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May 15th Meetup

PowerShell has been responsible for introducing countless numbers of engineers to automation. Now come see how Chocolatey does the same for software distribution. The days of building complex multi-step MSI’s and zip installs are gone and in its place is simple to build and simple to install packages that can be run from a PowerShell command prompt with ease.

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May 1st Meetup

What’s the #1 request that we get at our user group meetings?

“What do you recommend for learning PowerShell?”

Of course, there is no right answer for everyone but this month we’ll be sharing with you an absolutely awesome way to learn PowerShell through an interactive PowerShell session!

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PowerShell Saturday available now!

We now have the PowerShell Saturday section of our website set up. Go to the site to see information about time, date and location or sign up to become a speaker!

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April 17th Meetup

Pester is a test framework for PowerShell. It allows you to define all kinds of test cases and report the results. Using this framework, you can build tests to automatically test every piece of code before it is released to production environments. The tests are limited mostly by your imagination!

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April 3rd Meetup

Learn how to use PowerShell for Enterprise Reporting

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Title - RTPSUG getting it done

The Research Triangle PowerShell users group has got a lot of great things planned for the coming months. See you Soon!

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March 20th Meetup

Automating AD Health Checks

Most admins don’t have the time to keep an eye on every part of their IT infrastructure, let alone every nook and cranny of Active Directory.

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March 6th Meetup

Git 101: “Git” up to speed on Git and source control

GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, Visual Studio Team Svcs, Azure Devops… all these tools for saving code work via the same basic backend language: git!

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February 20th Meetup

An Introduction to Just Enough Administration

Giving everyone local administrator or domain administrator privileges is a really bad idea. Even the best of admins can make mistakes which can have unexpected consequences.

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January 16th Meetup

Windows Eventlogs are a pain! Become the Boss of your EventLogs

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