Speaking at BuckeyeSPUG May 2011 Meeting


This Thursday May 19th, 2011 I will be presenting my “PowerShell for the SharePoint 2010 Developer” session at the Buckeye SharePoint User Group (BuckeyeSPUG).  BuckeyeSPUG is my local SharePoint user group and I always enjoy giving back by helping out with the steering committee, presenting, and volunteering with any other areas that I can.  I recently gave this presentation at SharePoint Saturday Michigan last weekend and the early feedback I heard was good.  I’m looking forward to a good meeting and hope everyone can learn something.  See you there.



Where: Buckeye SharePoint User Group (BuckeyeSPUG)

Title: PowerShell for the SharePoint 2010 Developer

Audience and Level: Developer, Intermediate to Advanced

Abstract: PowerShell is not just for SharePoint 2010 administrators. Developers also get access to a wide range of functionality with PowerShell. In this session we will dive into using PowerShell with the .Net framework, web services, and native SharePoint commandlets. We will also cover some of the more intermediate to advanced techniques available within PowerShell that will improve your work efficiency. Not only will you learn how to automate your work but also learn ways to prototype solutions faster. This session is targeted to developers and assumes a basic familiarity with PowerShell.

Slides and Code download: Click here

(Note: I included many hidden slides for some PowerShell basics and intro material. Also included extra scripts for additional areas to look into.)


-Frog Out

Slides and Scripts from BuckeyeSPUG August 2010 Presentation

    This month I had the pleasure of presenting at the BuckeyeSPUG (formerly Central Ohio SPUG) meeting here in Columbus, OH.  This is the first time I was the main presenter at our user group, having done small presentations along with other presenters in past meetings.  The attendees had some great questions and hopefully learned some new tricks to use on their SharePoint 2007 farms.  Thanks to everyone who came out.  Below are the slides and demo scripts for those interested.


Slides and Scripts: click here