Saturday 2nd March, 2013
9:30am to 10:30am
If you remember the days of stsadm being your only option to administer SharePoint through the command line, you probably did the same thing I did…avoid it. However, since PowerShell was introduced with SharePoint 2010, my thoughts have changed. PowerShell is just as useful for developers as it is for admins.
We’ll talk about what PowerShell is and why you shouldn’t ignore it. Then we’ll get to the good stuff, the snippets. Need to rebuild your developer Virtual Machine? Come see how. Is your Developer Dashboard enabled? Here’s how to do it. I’ll even show you how to score some points with your admin when prepping a WSP for deployment. Finally, we might even dig into some SharePoint 2013 improvements in PowerShell!
Sam Larko has been working with SharePoint for six years and across the last four versions. While his experience is primarily in development, Sam has become more involved in administration and architecture over the last three years. He has recently started speaking on SharePoint at SharePoint Saturday events in St. Louis and San Antonio in 2012. Sam has contributed multiple blog posts to the AIS corporate blog and occasionally to his own.
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