I promised the slides, notes and links from my Memphis .NET User Group talk, so here they are… and wow, they haven’t really changed much from when I gave the PowerShell talk to the FSDNUG group. So, I’ll just link to the zip of the presentation from that talk.
I felt that the talk went fairly well, but I did have to rush towards the end because I added an overview of some real scripts that I use, but I didn’t remove enough of my prior content… thus, the rush. :-) No big deal, though. I did get the feeling that there were a few people who didn’t really feel that PowerShell applied to them, but hey, that’s fine. At least there weren’t any tomatoes!
I’ll be presenting one more time (as far as I know) this year at Harding University. I’m looking forward to it, too. I’ll be presenting for the Computing Seminar on October 9. The last time I spoke before Seminar was in 2003 when I talked about “Smart Client Software.” That was when it was for college credit! I’m planning on changing the talk up a little to direct it more towards CS students instead of professional developers. I imagine it will be a slightly different audience than the typical .NET User Group, too. We’ll see.