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Monday, May 6 • 8:00am - 9:45am
Building WPF GUIs in PowerShell

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There are numerous community tools out there which use WPF (Windows Presentation Framework). Sometimes though, you need something specific to your environment or maybe you have the next best idea you need to share with the community but need the skills to write a GUI for it. This session will walk you through WPF basics, how to properly structure a WPF XAML file, how to build a simple WPF window using PowerShell objects instead of XAML, how to give your WPF some style, and how to interact with an OSD task sequence.

What you will learn:
  • Learn the basics of WPF
  • Learn how to create WPF in PowerShell (XAML or object code)
  • Learn how to stylize your WPF elements
  • Learn how to interact with an OSD task sequence

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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 →
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Nathan Ziehnert

Senior Lead Consultant, Catapult Systems
Senior Lead Consultant for Catapult Systems focusing on System Center and EM+S solutions. 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... Read More →

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Monday May 6, 2019 8:00am - 9:45am CDT
  Automation, WPF
  • Skill Level Deep Dive