In This Episode
Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk with developer and blogger Joe Pruitt from F5 Networks.
- PowerGui 1.7Â has been released
- Quest hasÂ put up a surveyÂ to help determine the direction of PowerGUI
- Don JonesÂ has offered to reviewÂ submitted scripts
- Jeffrey Snover recentlyÂ weighed inÂ on a StackOverflow question onÂ PowerShell vs Unix Shells
- Jeff HicksÂ posted a reminderÂ that Sapien has a new round of online PowerShell fundamentals classes starting March 10th
- SAPIEN has posted a clarification to their blog about the newÂ PrimalScript and PrimalTools software
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- rfoust : ## what do you like the most about powershell?
- glnsize : ## what’s your opinion of WS-MGMT?
- glnsize : ## how deep do you plan on going with your cmdlets? Â what percentage of your product line do you want to cover?
- ustreamer-61217 : ## will there be an update for v2?
- glnsize : ## Â doesn’t that invalidate the whole perpose of SSL… not posh related but a pet peeve
- jonwalz-1 : ## there is a memory improvement technique that uses ABC lists. Is that where you got the idea for your lists?
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- BetterÂ Warcraft gear script
- Lee shows us how toÂ move or delete a really locked file
- Karl shows us how to search the PoshCode repositoryÂ directly from Windows 7
- Don Jones’ Code Review #1:Â server audit script
- A script to tell you if aÂ partition is aligned or not
- Doug has published a script toÂ grab data from a Google Docs spreadsheet
- ShayÂ shows us howÂ toÂ create a web client requestÂ using default net credentials and web proxy
- JoelÂ shows us howÂ toÂ cleanly parse NETSH DHCP SERVERÂ output using PowerShell
- “Four for loops and their timings” blog post