PowerShell 2.0 Modules: An Introduction with Bruce Payette

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Join PowerShell Program Manager, Osama Sajid, in an interview with the Principal Software Design Engineer, Bruce Payette, discussing the new PowerShell Modules feature. Episode one introduces Modules and discusses comparisons with CmdLets. Episode two demonstrates how to use Modules. Episode three illustrates how to develop script and binary Modules.
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New PowerShell videos

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

via @makovec Osama Sajid, PowerShell Program Manager, and Jeffrey Snover , Architect of PowerShell and Microsoft Distinguished Engineer,  discussing the foundations and vision for PowerShell as a critical component of Microsoft's platform management strategy.   Discussions with the Architect, Part 1 Discussions with the Architect, Part 2 Discussions with the Architect, Part 3   And two more with James Brundage, PowerShell Test Team SDE: PowerShell "How-To" : Variables, Types, and Operators PowerShell "How-To" : Arrays, Conditionals, Collections,...
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Practical PowerShell video series

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Idera has released a new Practical PowerShell video series on PowerShell.com. The 5-part video series, presented by PowerShell author and expert Don Jones, provides IT professionals with the knowledge and skills required to automate key administrative tasks on a variety of Windows platforms using PowerShell. You can register for free and be notified when new videos become available simply by joining PowerShell.com. Part 1 of the series is already available: Getting to Know PowerShell
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Active Directory Recycle Bin

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Windows Server 2008 R2 has a new COOL feature: Recycle Bin. Once you turn it on (one way action!) you can restore deleted objects and all their attributes are also restored, there is no longer a need to rejoin a deleted computer account or rebuild a deleted user account groups membership. The feature has no GUI and the only way to implement it is by using PowerShell which is included by default as part of the Windows Server 2008 operating system. Click the image to watch the...
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PowerGUI Quick Video Tips

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Darin Pendergraft, PowerGUI’s Product Manager in a series of PowerGUI Quick Tips.     Downloading and Installing   Script Editor Features   Working with columns in the grid   Generating Reports   Setting Filters in the grid
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Regular Expression Webcast Series

Sunday, December 28, 2008

source: http://blogs.msdn.com/zainnab This is a great resource for learning what regular expressions are and how you can use them in .NET applications, including PowerShell (featured briefly), I watched the first 4 chapters and I love every part of it.   Presenter: Zain Naboulsi, MSDN Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation In this webcast series, we explore an unsung hero: the regular expression. It slices, it dices, and it can turn twenty lines of code into one line if you know how to use it. Join us as we explore pattern matching...
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Expert to Expert: Erik Meijer and Jeffrey Snover – Inside PowerShell

Thursday, December 4, 2008

source Welcome to another edition of Expert to Expert. Once again the venerable language master Erik Meijer leads the conversation. This time, we're lucky enough to have PowerShell creator and Partner Architect Jeffrey Snover. Jeffrey is really passionate about PowerShell and has worked hard to see that his .NET shell scripting technology ships in Windows 7 (it is on by default in Windows 7 and is used by administration components of the new OS). Erik is a big fan of PowerShell (especially since the code name of PowerShell was "Monad") so we figured it would be...
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PowerShell V2 – Jeffrey Snover at TechED EMEA 2008

Sunday, November 9, 2008

PowerShell V1 delivered a radically simplified approach to the traditional problem of interactive Shell, Scripting and Admin GUIs. Come and learn how V2 makes it easier to create and debug your scripts with a graphical environment, write production quality scripts using script cmdlets, modules and transactions, manage large distributed environments using WSMAN, improved WMI support and the new Unified Code Execution Model, and write smaller simpler scripts through improvements to the language and new/improved cmdlets. Click the image to view the presentation.
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SQL 2008 Videos and Webcasts

Sunday, August 10, 2008

 •  SQL Server 2008 Videos•  SQL Server 2008 Virtual labs•  Webcasts: 24 Hours of SQL Server 2008 for IT Professionals•  Webcasts: 24 Hours of SQL Server 2008 for Developers
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Video: Advanced Microsoft SQL Server PowerShell Tips and Tricks

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Dan Jones, delves into the details of how to use SQL Server PowerShell and its cmdlets to administer SQL Server in an optimal fashion. He also describes the architecture and implementation of the SQL Server PowerShell. http://www.microsoft.com/emea/spotlight/sessionh.aspx?videoid=984
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