Sander Stad is Up-Next for the PowerShell Virtual Chapter of PASS

There’s a lot of news about what all is happening at the PowerShell Virtual Chapter of PASS to share with you but I’m going to save a lot of that for another post. Right now I just want to share 4 things with you really quick.

  • Chrissy LeMaire Joining as Co-Leader
  • Sander Stad is presenting next week
  • Check out the YouTube Channel

PowerShell MVP Chrissy LeMaire ( b | t ) has joined the PowerShell VC of PASS as my Co-Leader. She is doing amazing things with our website right now and I will share more about that soon; in the meantime please help me in welcoming her to the PoSh VC of PASS!

[fairly] New Speaker Sander Stad ( b | t ) will be presenting for the PoSh VC of PASS next Wednesday March 16th at 12-Noon Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-4). So don’t forget to Spring forward this weekend, or adjust accordingly if they don’t do that where you live.

Documenting SQL Server with PowerShell

Documentation is mostly overlooked and only comes up when a problem arises. What if you’d have a tool or method to generate documentation for all your database servers? In this session, Sander Stad will show you show how easy it is to use PowerShell to retrieve information from your servers. He’ll detail what can be used to document your servers, how to retrieve the information and what should be documented. In the end you no longer have an excuse not to document your servers.

Register here for the webcast.

Finally, I wanted to point out that Jeff Wouters ( b | t ) did a great session “PowerShell Unbound – Tips & Tricks” for the PoSh VC last month and the recording for it is already up on our YouTube channel.

OK, That’s it for now, lots more to come soon! J

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