Catch me at the PowerShell Summit spring 2013!

Coming this spring is the first PowerShell Summit! It will be held in Redmond on the Microsoft campus. There will be PowerShell team members, MVPs and others (like me) speaking about all kinds of PowerShell topics. I’ll be digging in to some really advanced topics that probably won’t help you get your job done any better. ;) If you’re looking to learn some really advanced topics in the PowerShell space be sure to attend my sessions! There are still tickets left. Head over to PowerShell.org to get them while they are still available.

If you want to see a full list of topics visit Kirk’s blog.

Here are the sessions I will be presenting on.

Inside PowerShell: Abstract Syntax Tree Manipulation

In this session we will take apart PowerShell. This session will highlight the new abstract syntax tree and node visitor API that is exposed in v3. An instrumentation profiler will be used as an example of how to traverse and manipulate PowerShell scripts from within the engine.

.NET Reverse Engineering with PowerShell

In this session we will look at how to utilize ILSpy to decompile .NET assemblies and quickly access internal aspects of them using PowerShell. We will see how to easily expose private members for access and manipulation within scripts.

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3 Responses to “Catch me at the PowerShell Summit spring 2013!”

  1. David K says:

    “and others (like me)”. Is that a subtle dig on not becoming an MVP? Maybe it’s not-so-subtle.

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  3. I would certainly like to attend PowerShell summit next spring! My colleague has already booked the ticket for 2 of us.

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