Free Virtual Mini Conference
We kick this off June 2, 2020 at 5pm CEST, and you can watch it here:
If you do not see sliding images and hear music ten minutes prior to launch, then please clear your browser cache, or open this page in an incognito browser window. Apparently, on some systems the still image is cached a bit too long.
We sent all speakers a private invite link so you can join the panels and be “on stage”. If you haven’t received the link by now, please contact us.
|Topic||Watch Videos (we turned them into collections)|
|PowerShell 7 & beyond||https://powershell.one/psconfeu/psconf.eu-2020/powershell-7|
|PowerShell Deep Shit||https://powershell.one/psconfeu/psconf.eu-2020/powershell-deep-shit|
|Pester, VSCode, PSScriptAnalyzer||https://powershell.one/psconfeu/psconf.eu-2020/pester|
|Cloud, Azure, or DSC||https://powershell.one/psconfeu/psconf.eu-2020/cloud|
Our live sessions that we broadcast on this page June 2+3 are addressing your questions that you may have after watching the videos (which coincidentally is why we ask you to watch them before the live sessions).
But don’t worry. You can watch them later, too. In our live panels, feel free to ask any PowerShell-related question that comes to your mind. Please do ask questions to get things rolling - we’re hoping for your input!
To submit your question (anything PowerShell-related that is on your mind), please use our form. To ask questions in real-time during a live session, use our Q&A widget:
Asking Questions in Real-Time
You do not need to have a Vimeo account nor do you need to log in. Simply choose the option to Chat as a Guest.
Real-time questions are available only when live sessions are in progress.
Submitting Questions Offline
Feel free to submit as many PowerShell questions as you like via http://powershell.help any time!
We collect your questions and make sure they get addressed in the live panels. You can relax, lean back and watch the live sessions - knowing that your questions are already in the pipeline and will be asked on your behalf.
There’s one single track. Below is our schedule.
Starting times of global events can be confusing. All times below are CEST (Central European Summer Time). Just click on any time below to automatically convert it to your local time, and you’ll never miss any session.
June 2, 2020
|Date & Time||Topic||Moderator||See Also|
|5:00pm CEST||Conference Opening||Tobias|
|5:30pm CEST||Keynote with Jeffrey Snover & Joey Aiello||Tobias|
|6:45pm CEST||Keynote Q&A|
|7:00pm CEST||PowerShell Security||Aleksandar||view|
|8:00pm CEST||Pester & PowerShell Script Analyzer||Rob||view|
|9:00pm CEST||PowerShell Remoting||Aleksandar|
June 3, 2020
|Date & Time||Topic||Moderator||See Also|
|5:00pm CEST||PowerShell 7, PowerShellGet, General PowerShell Chat||Rob||view|
|6:00pm CEST||Cloud and DSC (Desired State Configuration)||Aleksandar||view|
|7:00pm CEST||PowerShell Deep Shit||Tobias||view|
|8:00pm CEST||PowerShell GUIs and IoT||Rob||view|
PowerShell Time Converter
If you’d like to use PowerShell to convert times from our timezone to your timezone, you can use this:
# ask for the session start time, i.e.: 6:45pm param ( [Parameter(Mandatory)] [DateTime] $time ) #region formatting preferences # you can adjust these things to adopt the code to other use cases: $culture = 'en-us' $format = 'h:mm:ss tt' $cultureInfo = [System.Globalization.CultureInfo]::CreateSpecificCulture($culture) #endregion formatting preferences #region conversion details # timezone to convert from: [System.TimeZoneInfo]$fromTimeZone = Get-TimeZone -Name 'W. Europe Standard Time' # timezone to convert to: [System.TimeZoneInfo]$toTimeZone = Get-TimeZone #endregion conversion details #region perform conversion $localTime = [System.TimeZoneInfo]::ConvertTimeBySystemTimeZoneId($time, $fromTimeZone.Id, $ToTimeZone.Id).ToString($format, $cultureInfo) #endregion perform conversion # output result "Make sure you enter the session by $localTime!"
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- Please keep in mind that we all (speakers & organizers) run this event as volunteers. We are no video or virtual conference experts, and we have a life, partners, kids, and a job.
- There can be things going wrong, and in fact, with slightly adapted words of the titanic engineer: It’s not a question whether things go wrong but rather when. So let’s all together enjoy the best of this, and learn.
- Our main focus is solid technology, so the first (and most important) part of this event is almost fail-safe: our sessions are recorded and available via a video platform for download and viewing. They will stay available, just like all the other sessions from previous years: powershell.video.
- The live part on June 2+3 is a great way for you and us to connect, ask questions, have fun, and talk. See video feed and Q&A widget above to view the live stream and interact and ask live questions.
This virtual event was made possible by:
- Our sponsors Microsoft, SystemFrontier, ScriptRunner and PowerShellOne decided to stick with the event this year and support the free virtual event.
- Our speakers who agreed to record part of their original sessions for you.
- Our core volunteers team consisting of Rob Sewell, Aleksandar Nikolic, and myself.
- Our trusted video processor iStream who is supporting us and the entire event industry in these unusual times with advice and services.
If you’ve never been at psconf.eu, the best way to get a feeling for the welcoming spirit is a video from the last conference:
Please feel free to leave a comment if you have a question or would like to share an idea.