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Thursday, May 17 • 3:00pm - 4:45pm
Let's Write a GUI Interface FILLING

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You know PowerShell and would love to write some GUI tools, but C# sounds scary!
Have no fear, you can very easily upgrade your scripts to be fully skinned and themed with Windows Presentation Foundation. In this session modeled after his popular blog series on the topic on FoxDeploy.com, Stephen and Ryan will guide you to creating a fully working UI, sharing tips and snippets that will speed your application development. In no time, you'll learn to make tools your coworkers will use and love. 

What you will learn:
  • When to consider adding a GUI to your tools
  • Which options exist for creating a GUI, plus the ones you should avoid!
  • Where to find useful snippets to make the process even easier!
  1. LInk to all demos - GitHub

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Ryan Ephgrave

Microsoft MVP, Operations Engineer, Big Bank
Ryan is the author of the Powershell Right Click Tools and Recast RCT Free for Configuration Manager 2012. He works as a systems engineer for Wells Fargo and helps organizations design, implement and maintain their System Center environments.
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Stephen Owen

Automation Engineer, Wells Fargo
I'm an automation engineer who loves to write PowerShell and C# and have years of experience in consulting servicing clients of every size. I've covered my exploits writing PowerShell for every API and service you can imagine on my blog FoxDeploy.com (I didn't say they were well-written... Read More →

Thursday May 17, 2018 3:00pm - 4:45pm CDT