I had the honor of being a speaker at the NorCal PowerShell User Group on June 10th in which I spent the time talking about using runspaces with PowerShell. If you didn’t have a chance to attend, the good news is that the video is now live on YouTube! I had a blast talking to the group about how you can utilize runspaces (and runspacepools) in a variety of situations as well as touching on a number of other related topics to include:
- Synchronized Collections
- Locking a Synchronized Collection between runspaces
- WPF UIs with runspaces
- Performance and Speed with Runspaces and PSJobs
The presentation materials and example code is available here: http://1drv.ms/1imuQd0
Check out the video below!
Let me know what you thought about the presentation and anything else that you would have liked to see!
Boe / Norcal PSUG – Excellent even with the technical difficulties and it is still valid.
I am currently following your latest blog articles on runspaces and pools. I had about half of this and this has answered most of my questions.
More, more, more!
Thanks! 🙂 Glad that these have been helpful and answered some of your questions! It was unfortunate about the audio and such. I did give a similar talk to the Mississippi group on the subject and you can find the info for that here: https://learn-powershell.net/2015/09/15/video-and-materials-available-from-my-talk-on-powershell-runspaces-with-mississippi-powershell-user-group/