I've got good news for you die-hard Scripting Guys fans... they're back. The Scripting Guys will be presenting a week of webcasts in October, titled "Scripting Week 3" .Yes, it's been 9 months since Scripting Week 2, but it will be worth the wait. Heck, U2 only comes out with an album every couple years, right?The webcasts aren't quite ready for registration, but when they are, you'll find them here: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/webcasts/default.mspxHere's a sneak preview:Scripting Week 3: Script It Up a NotchHey, script writers. In a rut? Tired of writing scripts that run against only one computer at a time? Fed up with having to edit your script each time you want to start a different service? Ready to scream if you ever see Wscript.Echo again? Well, don’t despair: the Scripting Guys are here to help. During Scripting Week 3 (October 24-28), the Scripting Guys will show you how to kick your scripts up a notch (and sometimes 2 or 3 notches). Learn how to quickly modify your scripts so they run against all the computers in an OU or all the computers listed in a text file. Learn how to create output that not only has aesthetic appeal but is much easier to read and understand. Learn how to craft graphical user interfaces that feature checkboxes, radio buttons, dropdown lists, and all the other GUI controls you know and love. Learn all these things, and have a chance to win some great prizes as well. Scripting Week 3: it’s the answer to all of life’s problem. (Legal disclaimer: Scripting Week 3 is not the answer to all of life’s problems. But it can’t hurt.)-----------------------------Richard Burke, for one, is glad the Scripting Guys are back. I met Richard (seen below) at TechEd this year. Richard is a Systems Admin at the Darby Group, and via scripting webcasts, Richard has won a Scripting Guys T-shirt (by doing webcasts, vlabs, and submitting a script in Scripting Week 2), and won a book from the Don Jones Scripting series. So Richard, get ready. There's going to be a KILLER grand prize for this webcast week 3, but I can't spill the beans yet on that one. Will write more later.Script on.
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