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Wednesday, October 27 • 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Performance PowerShell - Optimizing your code
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Ever wonder how you can eek every bit of performance out of your PowerShell scripts? Then wonder no more. We'll look at the impacts that different commands and methods have on PowerShell script performance and illustrate some different methods to execute your scripts more efficiently to save you time, and maybe even money. We'll also look at ways to implement threading and how to find those performance bottlenecks.
What you will learn:
  • How different approaches to code can impact performance
  • How to implement parallel processing in PowerShell
  • How to use PowerShell trace commands

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Scott Corio

Senior Cloud Architect, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
I've been doing IT for about 15 years for multiple different companies. I've worked for small non-profits, 100,000+ user organizations, and everything in between. Throughout my career, I've worked in multiple industries including retail, telecommunications, and healthcare. I've worked... Read More →
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Nathan Ziehnert

Lead Infrastructure Engineer, Big Bank
CM Engineer at Big Bank. I have a passion for Windows desktop environments and simplifying the work that desktop administrators do on a daily basis - with a little fun added in to what we all do. I maintain a blog to share my experiences in the field and you may from time to time... Read More →

Wednesday October 27, 2021 1:00pm - 2:45pm EDT
Salon 2