Call for Writers: Share Your Experiences and Help New Users

PowerShell Magazine is starting a series of posts with personal stories about people’s PowerShell beginnings entitled “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Windows PowerShell”.

We would like to hear about your first days with PowerShell—how hard/easy it was to start using it, the biggest issues, why have you looked at PowerShell in the first place, the resources that you used in the beginning of the learning curve…. You don’t need to be an expert to participate and write this kind of article. Quite the opposite, we welcome stories from users with all levels of experience. You do not need any previous writing experience. 🙂

One thing is for sure—new users will appreciate your effort. Let’s face it, PowerShell was once a completely new tool for all of us.

Thanks to TrainSignal, an award-winning provider of computer-based training courses for IT professionals, we have prepared some nice prizes for you. One out of ten PowerShell community writers (PowerShell MVPs and Microsoft employees are not eligible for getting prizes) will be able to choose one of TrainSignal’s PowerShell courses:

Please, use the Write For Us link to submit your article as a Word document.

About the author: Aleksandar Nikolic

Aleksandar is a PowerShell MVP and a co-founder of PowerShell Magazine. He is a frequent speaker at the conferences and participates regularly in IT Pro user groups worldwide. Recently, Aleksandar co-authored the highly respected Administrator’s Guide to Windows PowerShell Remoting. Follow him on Twitter at @alexandair

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