Technology Wizards and Friends,
Our next Technology Wizards meeting will be Wednesday, July 8th, 12:00pm – 3:00pm at the Microsoft PacWest office located at 1414 Northrup (in the Pearl district).
This month, we are presenting a double-feature (bring your own popcorn):
With the upcoming July 29th release of the next version of Windows, we need to be ready. There is much to cover regarding Windows 10, so we will get started this month.
PowerShell Paranoia with Carlos Perez
This isn’t your typical how to use PowerShell session. This is about how people are using and abusing PowerShell. Focused on the security in PowerShell and the power you have over Azure via PowerShell – you’ll see the ease of using PowerShell from your desktop to manage Azure services can be terrifying. Carlos is going to fill this in for us. I recently attended a similar presentation from Carlos courtesy of Third Tier and found it both engaging and frightening.
Carlos Perez currently works as the Director of Reverse Engineering at Tenable Network Security. In his spare time he contributes and develops several Open Source security projects. He is also a Microsoft MVP on PowerShell and is one of the co-hosts of the Paul Security Weekly podcast and a member of the PTES (Penetration Test Execution Standard).
Lunch will be provided for the first few minutes of the meeting, so get there early!
PARKING: Please park in one of the 2 lots between NW 15th & NW 16th and NW Johnson & NW Kearney or NW Kearney & NW Lovejoy with the entrance to either lot on Kearney Street. There is a fee to park. The lot is located underneath I-405. Plan to arrive early to find parking as it has really been filling up lately.
I’m really looking forward to seeing you all and to your active participation in these discussions!
Reminder: Technology Wizards meetings are intended for current Technology Wizards members or potential members. Potential members must be owners or employees of a an IT services business whose main purpose is to support small business using Microsoft products and services in some capacity.
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