In This Episode
Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to MVP Jim Christopher about frameworks and the PowerShell Summit
- PowerShell DSC for Linux
- Here’s a chance to attend a beta Advanced PowerShell class
- Here’s the lab guide
- The PowerShell Summit N.A. videos Aaron Hoover recorded are up
- PowerShell Saturday #009
- MMCUG May Meeting
Guest – Jim Christopher
- Jim’s blog
<JonWalz> This is very cool http://curah.microsoft.com/67912/powershell-summit-na-2014
<alevyinroc> Iâ€™m slightly considering doing this: http://ozar.me/2014/05/one-pound-sql-server-dell-venue-pro-8/
<Jaykul> Hey, anyone ever seen a laptop get a bar in the screen and have half the screen be washed out like … https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152219758933402&set=a.10151468972933402.1073741827.592718401&type=1
<gpduck> Also here is the link to the provider framework: https://github.com/beefarino/p2f
<jgigz> shameless plug for my coworker who is using p2f: https://github.com/cdhunt/NewRelicApiPoshProvider
<randal_hicks> ( @ http://www.threebirdstavern.com/ now )
<gpduck> VS Object Model: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/za2b25t3.aspx
<vhusker> talk about the summit reminds me. Snover put out the article on using JEA today. http://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/archive/2014/05/14/just-enough-administration-step-by-step.aspx
<Jaykul> Stuwee: SHhhh. https://msconfiggallery.cloudapp.net/
<Jaykul> category list in sidebar http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/
<sScriptngWife> ## I have an announcement. I rode the mechanical bull successfully Wed night! pics and videos coming soon
<Jaykul> ## You broke the SQLite provider. Whine Whine.
<ScriptWarrior> ## Ask jim about Lucky Strike 🙂
<Stuwee> ## Can you go into more detail on PSGET ?
<Jaykul> ## Exceept it doesn’t handle dependencies (yet)
<Jaykul> ## And you can’t upload modules (yet)
<organicit> ## can we host our internal Module repo?
<Jaykul> ## QUESTION: Your most complicated module doesn’t have dependencies on other modules?
<Stuwee> ## How would we browse those modules today or do you need to be “invited”?
<Jaykul> ## DO YOU THINK we should enforce the use of the technet “technology tree” categories? I.e.: pick ONE category?
<Jaykul> ## Also, do you know there’s a preference variable to turn off autoloading, or make it autoload only when you explicitly specify Module\Verb-Noun
<Stuwee> ## What was that Philadelphia code camp statement?
The Question – Jim
- Favorite Sci Fi Movie: Alien