Learn how to load modules, discover the syntax of the cmdlet’s inside without having to annoy your friends or spend hours searching the internet, and write quick scripts to manipulate data.
Many IT administrators shy away from the command line because the GUI is so much easier to use. One can run a GUI for the first time a figure out what needs to be done. The GUI is “discoverable”. This session will give the IT administrator the skills needed to make PowerShell discoverable.
Systems administrators today face overwhelming pressures to do more with less, Windows PowerShell and WMI is just one of many ways to face the daily challenges that exist due to those pressures. This session will scratch the surface of the depths of Windows PowerShell and WMI. We’ll focus on information gathering techniques, some methods that are exposed via WMI and [...]
The annual Scripting Games are a great way to flex your PowerShell muscles and learn new scripting techniques, but you don’t have to wait until the 2013 games for another chance to learn and have fun. Come to the first ever Iron Scripter competition. Put PowerShell to work solving a real-world problem, submit your script [...]
When looking for the perfect editor for your PowerShell environment look no further than the PowerShell ISE. In this session we will take a look at the numerous enhancements introduced in the ISE with version 3. Then you will learn how easy it is to augment the ISE with your own code as well as [...]
Learn Windows PowerShell best practices as they apply to each stage of the script development lifecycle. See the differences between working interactively from the Windows PowerShell prompt, writing an inline script, adding basic function, advanced functions and finally the implementation of Windows PowerShell Modules. What is a local best practice for Windows PowerShell development is [...]