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  • Blog Post: Cmdlet Help Editor tool

    Intoducing the Cmdlet Help Editor V1.0 Cmdlet Help Editor enables you to create help topics for Windows PowerShell cmdlets in the XML format that Windows PowerShell reads. Help text created in Cmdlet Help Editor can be displayed immediately by a Windows PowerShell get-help command without any additional...
  • Blog Post: FullArmor Workflow Studio

    The MMS 2007 audience at Jeffrey's Advanced PowerShell Scripting talk on Friday got a double treat -- Windows PowerShell instruction by Jeffrey Snover, and an amazing demo of FullArmor's new Workflow Studio by its developer, FullArmor CTO Danny Kim. Danny created a Windows PowerShell-based tool...
  • Blog Post: Windows PowerShell at TechEd

    I'll be presenting 2 talks at TechEd in Boston: MGT306 - Windows PowerShell: Solving Mgmt Problems 6/12 from 9-10:15 MGT308 - Windows PowerShell: Next Generation Command Line Scripting 6/13 10:15-11:30 I've given both these talks before but these are reworked decks so it will be largely new material...
  • Blog Post: PowerShellIDE

    Check out the amazing PowerShellIDE at http://PowerShell.com . Many of you probably already know Dr Tobias Weltner from his product SystemScripter http://www.scriptinternals.com . The PowerShell team has been talking to Tobias on and off for years now and those discussions have clearly paid off. PowerShellIDE...
  • Blog Post: IDE for PowerShell and a new book

    PowerShell is a great interactive shell and a great scripting language. That said, the feedback from the scripting community has been very clear: they want/need a PowerShell Scripting IDE. As such, I was very happy to finally have something to say about this at my MMS talks this week. I was able to...
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