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NEXT MEETING:
Thursday,October 23rd 6:30 PM

 
LOCATION:
SQLSoft+
1500 NW Bethany Blvd
Suite 285
Beaverton, Oregon OR 97007
 
Directions to SQLSoft+:
Head West on Highway 26(Sunset Highway)
Exit at Cornell Road
Turn left at stoplight and cross over highway
Turn right onto Bethany Blvd at second stoplight.
The building is the first on your right.
Park in any open space
Click here for a map.
  PRESENTATION:

Powershell for SQL Server DBA

Powershell scripting has become the command shell and scripting interface of choice in Windows, from Exchange administration through Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) and everywhere in between. In SQL Server 2008 and above, this functionality comes to SQL Server by means of a Powershell provider for SQL Server, some SQL Server-specific cmdlets, and built-in Powershell functionality from SQL Server Management Studio's Object Explorer. This session will focus on how a SQL Server DBA can use the PowerShell to your best advantage, and unique features that separate Powershell scripting from traditional scripting.

Bio:
Bob Beauchemin is a database-centric application practitioner and architect, instructor, course author, writer, and Developer Skills Partner for SQLskills. Over the past few years he's been writing and teaching his SQL Server 2005-2012 courses to students worldwide through the Ascend program, the Metro (SQL Server 2008 Jumpstart) program, and SQLskills' developer and DBA-centric course offerings. He is lead author of the books "A Developer's Guide to SQL Server 2005" and "A First Look at SQL Server 2005 For Developers", author of "Essential ADO.NET" and has written articles on SQL Server and other databases, database security, ADO.NET, and OLE DB for MSDN, SQL Server Magazine, and others.
 

 

 
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