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  • Windows PowerShell Blog

    Translating Literature Into PowerShell

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    James O'Neill got it into his head that he could translate literature into PowerShell. He has a hilarious one-line Waiting for Godot and a one screen MacBeth HERE . Dmitry Sotnikov picked up the challenge and has a Hamlet blog HERE . I like the...
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    Scorecarding My 2009 Resolutions

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    A year ago I broke my habit and made a set of News Years resolutions and then published them on the team blog HERE.   Lee Holmes suggested I go back and review how I did on those.  Glug!  Let’s give it a go: Ship a great PowerShell V2,...
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    More Advanced Functions - Get-Assembly and Get-ExportedType

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    Tyson Kopczynski has just published a great article Fun with PowerShell 2.0 Eventing! That inspired to to write a script to automatically backup my modules directory. I'm doing a lot of scripting this week and I don't want to lose my work if I make a...
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    Cliff Notes for PowerShell Functions

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    A PowerShell User (BS) has started a new blog with a very nice,pithy set of examples showing the range of capabilities of PowerShell Functions. Think of this as the Cliff Notes for PowerShell Functions. Check it out at: http://mybsinfo.blogspot.com/2007...
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    PowerShell and IIS7 Revisited

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    A while ago I posted an entry about PowerShell and IIS7 which then directed you to a video of the demo I did with Bill Staples the PUM of IIS. BTW - PUM stands for Product Unit Manager aka "BigWig", aka "Grand Pooba". A PUM has like the CEO of a...
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    My 2009 Resolutions

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    I tend not to be very big on resolutions but I decided to make an exception this year and then see how it goes going forward.  I thought you might find it interesting to see the things that keep me up at night.  Let me be absolutely clear about...
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    PowerShell and JAOO

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    On Saturday I arrived in Aarhus Denmark for the JAOO conference . JAOO stands for Java And Object Oriented but it is definitely NOT a Java conference - it is a language conference with lots of .NET, Ruby, Ajax content and then just a lot of really smart...
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    Get-PowerShell

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    During the filming of our Management & Services Division video, the producer wanted me to stand next to one of the posters we produced promoting PowerShell.  This is the poster:     BTW - I'm old but not THAT old.  They edited...
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    Podcast with Bruce Payette

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    Rodney Buike recently interviewed Bruce Payette (our Language Dev Lead) at: http://blogs.technet.com/canitpro/archive/2006/11/20/podcast-powershell-with-bruce-payette.aspx Bruce and Jim Turher did a super job designing the language (they exceeded...
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    Confessions

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    Andy's confessional BLOG POST has inspired me -  I've got my own confession to make:  I fricking LOVE PowerShell.   I admit it.  It started years ago when the pieces of PowerShell started coming together.  Someone would write...
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    TechEd: /n software to launch NetCmdlets for PowerShell and Distributed Must-Have Goodies

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    I just got word from Gent Hito (president of /n software ) that after 6 months of beta testing NetCmdlets, they are going to be officially launching it (them? J ) at TechEd in Orlando next week! Gent is also giving away a 100 copies FREE at their booth...
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    Slashdot review of PowerShell in Action

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    Slashdot has a review of Bruce's book at: http://books.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=07/05/02/1345254 Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows...
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    Introducing the WMI Blog

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    The people over on WMI, WinRM, and BITS have started up a blog to share their systems management expertise with the world.  Check it out: http://blogs.msdn.com/wmi/ Here are some fun posts to get you started: Accessing WMI Data via WinRM Let’s Troubleshoot...
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    Adding your own help links to ISE

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    ISE has an F1 help feature, where if you press F1 when your caret is over a cmdlet name, context sensitive help opens. Shay Levy has a nice post on F1 help in the ISE here http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/scriptfanatic/archive/2009/01/31/using-help...
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    It’s All about Economics

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    There is a cool blog over on Windows Live Spaces called PowerShell for Testers . This has a bunch of great technical meat around script testing and testing using scripts. The most recent entry is on Lowering the Cost of Test Automation which makes the...
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    Updates from Tech.Ed 09

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    I am not attending Tech.Ed but I am getting updates from my friends. PowerShell team is very excited about the offering we have for Tech.Ed this year... frankly, what is the best way to save money on your IT Infrastructure... Use PowerShell v2 and automate...
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    Atlanta Talk

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    I has a blast talking to a group of customers in Atlanta today about where PowerShell is and where it is going. Attached is the deck I presented. Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:...
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    PowerShell Wins Best of Tech-Ed from Windows IT Pro Magazine!

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    Windows IT Pro magazine awarded PowerShell the Best of Tech-Ed Award in its category last night. PowerShell won on the basis of strategic importance to the market, competitive advantage and value to the customers.  It's wonderful to see the superstars...
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    Interview with TechTarget

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    I recently did an interview with TechTarget here: http://searchwinit.techtarget.com/originalContent/0,289142,sid1_gci1270125,00.html BTW – it was a relatively long interview and the discussion got digested into the article. It is completely accurate...
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    Port 25 interview with Bruce Payette

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    Port 25 recently interviewed Bruce Payette. Bruce is one of the founding members of the team, is the development lead responsible for the PowerShell language, and is the author if the soon to be released PowerShell in Action from Manning Press. I think...
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    Analyzing Weblog Data Using the Admin Development Model

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    Someone just tweeted a link to Scott Hanselman’s 2007 blog (an oldie but goodie) about how he used PowerShell to analyze the WebLog data from his podcasts.  He provides a beautiful example of I like to call the “Admin Development model”.  The...
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    PowerShell Folksonomy - Are You In?

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    A while ago I did some experimentation with a PowerShell folksonomy . The idea was to tag internet content (blogs, comments, newsgroup replies, etc) with unique tags that search engines would pick up and make it easier to find exactly the information...
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    Payette Podcast

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    Superstar Scott Hanselman interviewing superstar Bruce Payette – does it get any better? Bruce is a dev lead on PowerShell and author of Windows PowerShell in Action .   Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows PowerShell/MMC Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell...
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    Scripting Pro VIP Interview

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    Scott Ottaway and I recently did an interview with Karen Bemowski. You can read it here . Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows PowerShell/MMC Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows PowerShell...
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    Transcript of Solving Management Problems with Windows PowerShell

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    Along with Jeffrey, I presented Solving Management Problems with Windows PowerShell session at TechEd Barcelona. Many people asked for the script examples I used during the presentation. Attached zip file contains transcript as well as input files used...
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