The University of Missouri is hosting a two-day training session on PowerShell May 18 and 19. Developed by Microsoft, PowerShell is used for purposes of task automation and configuration management.
The event will consist of two 4-hour training sessions on May 18 and 19, and will be located in the MU Veterinary School of Medicine. Both sessions will run 8 a.m. – noon.
On day one of the course, attendees will learn the basics, like understanding the PowerShell console, finding help, and understanding PowerShell’s syntax. The next half-day session will include a more in-depth lesson. It will continue by explaining variables, arrays and data types, the PowerShell pipeline and Objects. The event will be a hands-on approach to learning about PowerShell and gaining experience with it in a live environment.
Learn more about the event and register for a spot before the May 1 deadline:
— Apr. 22, 2017