Yesterday, Matt blogged about a basic PowerShell functions. I also have blogged in the past of some helpful functions that… Read more PowerShell Not Your Father’s Command Line Part 8 of 31: Won’t You Take Me To Functiontown?
Thanks to Matt for getting “Conjunction Junction” stuck in my head. Today, he’s talking about functions in PowerShell. Check out… Read more PowerShell Not your Father’s Command Line Part 7 of 31: Conjunction Function PowerShell What Are Functions?
As our PowerShell adventures continue, Matt is talking about aliases. He mentions that the ls command of Unix is aliased… Read more PowerShell Not your Father’s Command Line Part 6 of 31: A Cmdlet By Any Other Name Would Be An Alias
My friend Matt Hester and I are doing a 31 days of PowerShell series this month, and now he’s letting… Read more PowerShell Not Just IT’s Command Line Part 5 of 31: What’s in it for Devs?
Today, Matt is talking about how you can get help if you get lost while working with PowerShell. You should… Read more PowerShell Not your Father’s Command Line Part 4 of 31: Who Ya Gonna Call For Help?
If you were sitting in my presentation last Tuesday, you may have caught my comment on some of the PowerShell-specific… Read more PowerShell-Specific Providers, a Followup to 4/26
Yesterday, I mentioned the Get-Verb cmdlet as a good one to know if you’re going to make your own cmdlets.… Read more This One Time in a PowerShell Session…Part 3 of 31: Where Did All the Good Cmdlets Go?
I’ve recently found out that I’ve been selected to speak at devLink 2011. This is my 3rd year in a… Read more Get-ChooChoo -Type Chattanooga
Yesterday, I mentioned that I liked the Verb-Noun naming of PowerShell commands. Today, Matt is writing about The Basics on… Read more This One Time in a PowerShell Session…Part 2 of 31: The Basics on How to Read PowerShell
As stated in the intro post, we’re dedicating this month to PowerShell. Today, Matt is talking about “Why PowerShell?” As… Read more PowerShell Not your Father’s Command Line Part 1 of 31: Why PowerShell?