Episode 62 – Ferdinand Rios and Jeffery Hicks from Sapien


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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk with Ferdinand Rios and Jeffery Hicks from SAPIEN Technologies.


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  • ustreamer-22944 : #Question: Has Jeff mastered Black Hole Sun at Hard level on Rock Band yet?  🙂
  • glnsize : ## where is the module support?
  • glnsize : ## is there suppport for tortisesvn?
  • ustreamer-22944 : ## Does PrimalScript editor support the MSSCCI interface to allow various version control products to plug into it?
  • mwjcomputing : ## How many people can access ChangeVue at the same time?
  • meson : ## What products aren't included in PrimalScript?
  • gaurhoth : ## Does primal script support -STA?


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"I'm a big fan of the show.  It has been very helpful to me in my quest
to learn Powershell.
I just finished listening to Episode 61 and wanted to comment on the
discussion regarding disk alignment.  I too had never heard of disk
alignment until LogicsOne told us about it a couple years ago.  Since
then aligning disks has been a part of our VM build process.  You can
find a description here:
Thanks again, and keep up the good work."
Ryan G

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