Memories of TechEd 2012 (aka PowerShell Ed 2012)

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Memories of TechEd 2012 (aka PowerShell Ed 2012)

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Added by July 20, 2012

I wanted to give some stats from Microsoft’s last conference TechEd 2012 in Orlando, FL June 3, 2012. I also included some “Getting Started” assistance at the bottom in case you see something you like.

  • ~11,000 attendees
  • 70% IT Pro, 30% Dev
  • 702 Sessions
  • Most popular session – PowerShell Crash Course with Don Jones and Jeffrey Snover
  • Most popular sessions for the week – PowerShell and System Center
  • Most Popular books sold for the week– Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches by Don Jones

Microsoft TechEd 2012 Best sellers day 2 PowerShell Don Jones Month of Lunches

This room (one of the large ones) is about to fill to standing room only to hear Jeffrey Snover talk about multi server management using the new Server Manager and PowerShell.

Microsoft TechEd 2012 room Jeffery Snover PowerShell Server Manager

IT Pro’s have gotten the message and are moving into automation. Have you?

Here are a few of my best recommendations if you want to get started:

1. Learn Windows PowerShell3 in a Month of Lunches – by Don Jones and Jeffrey Hicks

2. Listen to the PowerScripting Podcast with Jonathan Walz and Hal Rottenberg

3. Start reading the ScriptingGuys Blog 

Knowledge is PowerShell.
Jason Helmick
Director of PowerShell Technologies
Interface Technical Training

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