Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Going to TEC 2011 Europe!

Woo-hoo!  This time I’m giving talks on:

  • Extending and Automating FIM with PowerShell
  • Managing Active Directory with PowerShell
  • Using SQL Reporting Services to Expose PowerShell Script Output

Needless to say I’m pretty excited about the PowerShell Deep Dive track, and hope to spend a lot of time learning from the extremely high concentration of PowerShell talent and excitement. 

If you’re a FIM integrator in Europe, then this is a must-attend conference.  You won’t find a more concentrated bunch of integration and automation folks in such an accessible setting.

Found this great testimonial on the event site:

“The best analogy I have for TEC is the video for “No Rain” from Blind Melon where that funky little bee-girl runs around seemingly confusing people as she dances around dressed like a bee in tap shoes. Identity and Access is just like that, we spend all year telling people about it, customers eventually get it, relatives just smile, and spouses do their best, but at TEC we find ourselves surrounded by people speaking the same jargon even if their native language is different, our acronyms are harmonic.”

- Craig Martin

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