Join North East Bytes for our first event of 2012 which is also our Second Birthday!!!! Thank you for your continued support over the last twelve months! Following on from the great events that we've had over the last two years, we've lined up another great event for your benefit. We are pleased to welcome Gary Short from Gibraltar Software and we are very pleased to have our very own PowerShell MVP Jonathan Noble presenting on PowerShell 3. Register now, you won't want to miss this opportunity!
Data Mining the Social Web with Gary Short
With so much customer interaction happening on social web sites right now, companies need to know what kind of information they can extract from them. In this presentation, I’ll show you how to find out such information as: where you customers are, what they want, what they think of your products and who are the influencers in the network. This session will be a mix of theory and coded examples, fun and useful for anyone who works at a company who already make use of, or who are thinking of making use of, social media as a marketing platform.
Gary Short has over 20 years experience as a software developer and architect, working in sectors as diverse as banking, pharmaceuticals and utilities. Currently he is Head of Gibraltar Labs. Gibraltar Labs is a “skunkworks” division of Gibraltar Software charged with creating the next generation of Gibraltar Software products. Gary’s interests lie in data mining the social web. Market Intelligence is the new Business Intelligence.
What's New in PowerShell v3, and Introducing Script Explorer
PowerShell version 3 will be coming along with Windows 8 and brings with it additional features, syntax elements and cmdlets. This session will cover some of the highlights (based on the current CTP2 code), including the new workflow functionality, which has the potential to revolutionise the way that sys admins manage systems (and clouds!) going forward.
If that wasn’t enough, we'll also look at the soon-to-be-released Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell. This new tool lets you search and browse PowerShell content in online repositories, as well as your own local scripts, making it easy for new and experienced scripters to avoid re-inventing wheels.
Jonathan started his career in IT early, being kept out of primary school assemblies in order to show teachers how to use BBC Model Bs. After watching Top Gun too many times, and a less than fun part-time job in PC World, he nearly gave up computing and became a fighter pilot, but was somehow drawn back to the keyboard and has spent the last dozen years managing Windows systems at Newcastle University. His primary focus is management and automation around Windows Server products, Active Directory and Exchange; mainly using PowerShell. A blogger for many years and Twitter addict, Jonathan became an active member of the PowerShell community from early in its life and received Microsoft MVP awards in July 2009 and January 2012. He is also a member of the TechNet UK Community Council. When he's not writing PowerShell scripts, he's a massive fan of basketball; both the NBA and the Newcastle Eagles.
The event will be hosted in Room 1.02 of Claremont Tower at Newcastle University. For a detailed campus map - http://www.ncl.ac.uk/documents/Campus-Map-Print.pdf
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