PowerShell Pipeline

  • Written by Meson
  • October 14, 2013 at 2:40 pm
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what is the pipeline? syntax Get cmdlets filtering cmdlets formatting cmdlets output cmdlets what can I pipeline? (learning from the help system) examples

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Tackling PowerShell

  • Written by Meson
  • October 8, 2013 at 3:04 pm
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So you are learning PowerShell, but how do you handle some of the problems that you are running into?  This session will focus on how to tackle learning PowerShell and improving your effectiveness with useful tips learned from my own personal experiences learning and teaching PowerShell.  We’ll cover both hard and soft skills to help […]

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What’s new in PowerShell 3… and 4!

  • Written by Meson
  • September 19, 2013 at 8:58 pm
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PowerShell v3 was a massive new release. With literally thousands of new cmdlets and a new ISE, where do you start? In this session we’ll begin with an overview of the featuresets included with v3, plus the new ISE. Then we’ll look at some of the new language features, such as the simplified Where-Object, append […]

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PowerShell & WMI; What You Really Need To Know…

  • Written by Meson
  • September 11, 2013 at 7:06 pm
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Windows PowerShell and WMI are a match made in Redmond… Seriously, these two “Power” houses are spectacular, awe-inspiring, breathtaking and amazing when fused together.  This coming October 26th, Windows PowerShell fiends, myself included, will descend upon the Microsoft Campus in Alpharetta with a mouthwatering appetite for some PowerShell goodness, gluten free.  To satisfy that hardy […]

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To Script or not to Script: That is the question

  • Written by Meson
  • August 19, 2013 at 1:12 pm
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In this session I talk about the two ways to use Windows PowerShell, as a Scripting Language, and as a command line tool. I provide real world examples in which I talk about the advantages and the disadvantages of each approach to using this flexible and powerful scripting language. Specific scenarios include: single machine configuration […]

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