I recently finished writing all 200 Windows PowerShell scripts for the Windows 7 Resource Kit. When I turned them in, the lead author Mitch Tulloch, tested them and wrote up a detailed analysis of each script. Keep in mind that prior to turning in the scripts I had tested them and I had a peer test the scripts as well. While I expected to see a few comments such as “this error message could be clearer” or “it would be better if the output were formatted in this manner” I did not expect to see as many errors as Mitch reported back to me. Some of the things I found out that I had not checked are listed here.
Here are some things that I did check when I was testing the scripts:
it's time for infrastructure professionals to work more closely with the development/test team. you will find a lot of experienced testers from any msft development team to test your scripts. enjoy programming!