In This Episode
We have a great show lined up for you today.Â We’ll be talking with Brandon Shell (PowerShell MVP) and Steve Murawski (Mind of Root podcast co-host) in a roundtable discussion.Â And of course we have news, tips, resources, and more!
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- VMWare is kicking off a PowerShell scripting contest
- 1st prize: Airfare, hotel and admission to VMWorld 2008 in Las Vegas
- 2nd prize: Macbook air with VMWare Fusion
- 3rd prize: XBox 360 Elite
- Marco Shaw is doing NetCmdlets presentation for the UK User group on July 31st
- PowerShell Team Blog : PowerShell Build Environment for Windows SDK – The Windows SDK team would like your feedback on what features you would like most in a future Windows SDK. One of your choices is a PowerShell Build Environment.
- Introducing psake – James KovacsÂ – psake is a build automation tool written in PowerShell. It avoids the angle-bracket tax associated with executable XML by leveraging the PowerShell syntax in your build scripts.
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We are speaking tonight to to Brandon Shell from bsonposh.com and Steve Murawski from Mind of Root podcast.
Here are a few notes from the panel discussion:
- “How to help the IT firefighter learn a new scripting language”
- how to make time?
- WMI classes
- training classes
- Covering too much V2?Â <sepeck> well, more thaqt there is this whole world of people who still are just discovering that there are basics to cover.
- Hal brings us a couple of scripts for saving credentials
- Getting Started with PowerShell 2 – Part 3
- Video of Ben Pearce’s session from TechEd about PowerShell and WMI has been posted
- Jeffery Hicks has been busy over at the Sapien blog
- noble musings: Spreading Exchange 2007 mailboxes between databases with PowerShell
- Precision Computing – PowerShell Execution Policies in Standard Images – Once in awhile, we get questions about the best practice for PowerShell’s execution policy when it is included as part of a standard desktop image. This is one of the main reasons that PowerShell ships with a “Restricted” execution policy.
- PowerShellers: The “#requires” statement