Read them all here: http://tommymaynard.com/extra-powershell-summit-north-america-2015-0-2015/
And, so it begins: packing. Today is the day I have to collect everything I think I’ll need for my trip to Charlotte. It’s not that I’ll forget something, it’s what will it be this trip: clothes, cords, cables and countless other things all need to fly along with me, from Arizona to North Carolina.
I noticed that today on Twitter, people have started to use the Twitter #PSHSummit hashtag a bit more. I think that’s a great idea. It’ll allow everyone the ability to share what they’re doing, as we all embark on this journey and experience. As well, it’ll serve as a meeting place for hearing about topics and speakers as the event is underway.
I’ve lined up my ride a bit more securely from my hotel to the meet-n-greet Sunday evening. Dave Wyatt, a PowerShell MVP and speaker at the summit, is going to let me catch a ride with him. Dave and I have yet to meet in person, and yet we’re riding together. I think this emphasizes what this event is all about. It’s not some huge conference, it’s about community, and knowledge sharing. It’s an event where a person like me — who’s an intermediate in PowerShell on a good day — can have a speaker’s ear for 15 minutes as we drive downtown. The fact that there’s an intentionally low number of attendees increases the learning possibilities, and will ensure all the questions we have, as participants, can be asked and answered. Like I wrote once before: This has the potential to be the highlight of my career so far. I can’t wait to find out.
Now, to start packing. See everyone soon.
Oh, and by the way, Jeffery Hicks followed me on Twitter today. It’s a crazy world.