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PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit is the gathering of PowerShell + DevOps professionals and enthusiasts. More than just a conference, it’s a true in-person gathering of a vibrant commuity - we learn from each other, we develop practices and standards, we share challenges and solutions, and we drive our industry forward. If you’re working with PowerShell, Desired State Configuration, and related technologies, and especially if you’re moving your organization toward a DevOps footing, then this is the 400+ level event you’ve been looking for. Be sure to grab our event app for your iOS or Android device!

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Monday, April 9 • 7:45am - 10:45am
Registration and WiFi AVAILABLE

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Limited Capacity seats available

Make sure you have your Eventbrite barcode in some form so we can check you in. From there, grab your badge (arranged by last name), a badge holder, and your commemorative button. Then it's on to t-shirt distribution (size indicated on your badge).

If you don't bring your Eventbrite barcode in some form (printed, in the Eventbrite app, or in your phone's email app), look for the Sad Summiteer line headed by Jeffrey Bernt. He will look you up by name in a laborious process that will consume much time. There will be mocking.

T-shirts will not be distributed once registration closes. Leftovers will be donated to a local charity. You will only be able to collect the size indicated on your badge, as we have ordered exact quantities.

For WiFi, look for SSID "PSHSummit," and use password "Summit2018". We ask that you connect only one main device to the WiFi, as we have paid for only enough connections for each Summiteer to have ONE. For Apple devices, bear in mind that they'll share WiFi information via iCloud, you you may need to disable WiFi on secondary devices to keep from being a WiFi Hog. WiFi Hogs will be slaughtered, smoked, and served for lunch on Thursday.

Monday April 9, 2018 7:45am - 10:45am
Center Hall 1 - Meydenbauer Center

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