We’re proud to announce the first ever PowerShell Deep Dive conference! This event will take place at TEC 2011 in Las Vegas, April 18-19.
PowerShell Deep Dive is meant to provide a deep technical and strategic engagement within the PowerShell Community. Attendees will interact one-on-one with presenters, team members and other key members of the PowerShell Community. It will facilitate a common understanding of the technology and shared messages which we need to work throughout the community.
Registration for PowerShell Deep Dive will be capped at 100 people as it has been designed to be a very high-touch event. TEC is a deeply technical conference where attendees already understand the basics of the technologies being discussed.
It is our expectation that we’ll send 6-7 people from the PowerShell teams (Jeffrey, Lee, Bruce, Kenneth, Hari and others).
Monday, April 18
|TEC Keynote||8:00 – 10:00|
|Sessions||10:30 – 5:15|
|Quest Party||6:00 – 8:00|
|Script Party||8:00 – ?|
Tuesday, April 19
|Sessions||8:00 – 2:45|
There will be two types of sessions at the PowerShell Deep Dive:
- Deep Dive
Each 75 minute session will be broken down into 2 topics, 35 minutes each with a 5 minute break between topics. For each topic there will be ~15 for an intro followed by a 20 minute drill down. The topics will be very targeted (e.g., “splatting” or “creating customized experiences with modules”).
Expect around 5-6 Deep Dive sessions, covering 10 to 12 topics.
Standard 75 minute presentation that the conference runs.
Expect 3-4 of these, covering topics like Managing SharePoint, Exchange, etc…
Please submit regular sessions via the TEC2011 process. The abstract should be clear that it’s a PowerShell focused discussion. Stella, who runs the conference, will assure that it gets considered for the PowerShell track.
Also submit the DeepDive proposals through the TEC alias firstname.lastname@example.org with PowerShell DeepDive in the title and Stella will redirect them for us.
Note that those who already have PowerShell content at TEC are probably already slated, implicitly, for the PowerShell track.
Follow the link below to create your profile and enter the code.
During registration you will be asked which conference you plan to attend. Please select “Virtualization & Cloud”.
You may also want to enter “Other – PowerShell Deep Dive” in response to “How did you hear about TEC?”
Hope to see you there!
Travis Jones [MSFT]
Windows PowerShell PM