“Windows PowerShell in Action” has been released…

“Windows PowerShell in Action” has been released…

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Since a lot of people have been asking about it, yes - my book "Windows PowerShell in Action" is finally in stock and available on-line from http://amazon.com , http://www.barnesandnoble.com/ as well as directly from the publisher http://manning.com/powershell . It should be available in the store at Barnes and Noble and Borders later this week. Thanks for everyone's patience.

 

There are a couple of short reviews on Amazon, a quite entertaining one on the Barnes and Noble site:

http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbnInquiry.asp?z=y&EAN=9781932394900&itm=1

and a slightly longer one at:

http://adminspotting.net/reviews/PowerShell-in-Action.html

Jeffrey even gave copies to BillG and Ray Ozzie J

Thanks everyone.

-bruce

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Bruce Payette [MSFT]

Windows PowerShell Tech Lead

Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell

Visit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx

Windows PowerShell in Action (book): http://manning.com/powershell

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  • Got my copy, can't wait to dig in!

  • I've had the e-book version since it was available on 'early access' from Manning, and my dead-tree copy is waiting for Amazon to ship it. I really love the way Bruce that you explain the reasoning behind why a feature is how it is - rather than just: here it is, here's how you use it, next. IMO it's not just a great PowerShell book, it's a great technology/engineering book too! Kudos.

  • Completely unrelated to the post:

    Could you please post on the topic of using PowerShell remotely? Is there any built-in support for things like SSH or did you guys take care of that in another way?

    (Yes I can use OpenSSH but the user experience is far from good.)

    Thanks,

    Dejan

  • The book rocks!

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