While sitting here in Norway waiting for the winter season to fully start, i look back at my trip to Singapore about a month ago, where i had two session at PowerShell Conference Asia.
After my first days of exploring and meeting up with some of the other speakers in Singapore, i ended up with assisting/co-hosting a PowerShell 101 workshop on the pre-conference day. This i really enjoyed. Being able to help people getting started with PowerShell, the tool that changed my IT career.
After four and a half hours I'm surprised I still have my voice, but I had a great time sharing #PowerShell knowled… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…—
Jaap Brasser (@Jaap_Brasser) October 18, 2018
At day one of the conference we started of with the keynote from Mr. PowerShell himself, Jeffrey Snover. I think there were many others than me that enjoyed that one.
A couple of hours later that day, it was time for my first session:
Getting started with integration of PowerShell and Power BI
When you get feedback like this tweet, it makes it all worth it. All the preparartions and hard work.
@AlexHolmeset Speech was good! I’ve already known how will use it in my work 🙂—
Mikhail Matveev (@Mikhail65335657) October 19, 2018
At day two i spoke about:
Visualizing PowerShell output automatically in Power BI.
Final day of #PSConfAsia in Singapore. Checking out @AlexHolmeset #powershell #PowerBI session this morning. https://t.co/M0KexIdXXr—
Max Trinidad (@MaxTrinidad) October 20, 2018
Summarising PowerShell Conference Asia, i had a really great time. I made new friends and spoke with alot of interesting people. After speaking at my second conference, i must say that i really love the Microsoft communitty. Everyone is kind/helpful and wants to help others succeed. If you are thinking about starting to speak, dont hesitate to reach out. I can give you some pointers and take a look at your session proposals.
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[…] Only 14 days after coming back home from Orlando, i went to Singapore. Here i got to interact closely with people from the PowerShell product team at Microsoft, and even mr Snover himself. I had a chance to talk to people like Jeffery Hicks, that had created the videos that i learned PowerShell from. You can read about my trip to Asia here. […]