Here’s an interesting little piece comparing Microsoft’s PowerShell to good old Bash.
It is as non-biased as I have seen these comparisons be and it does a good job of pointing out the major difference, PowerShell is object-oriented and Bash isn’t. I don’t think that this in itself is reason enough to consider one better [...]
I found a bunch of great cmdlets that have now been bundled into the free Quest ActiveRoles Management Shell for Active Directory package.
For those of you that are interested in PowerShell to the point that you’d be curious as a possible release date then Jeffrey Snover may be your man.
A blog post of his indicates that v2 is feature complete and although he cannot explicitly mention a release date he intimates that mid 2009 is a good [...]
I don’t know about you, but not being a programmer means I sometimes struggle with some of the concepts. I hope you find this article by Jeffry Snover over at the MSDN PowerShell blog as useful as me.
It gives a very nice analogy of how you can equate objects and their functions to riding [...]
I try not to use the word legend too often, but Carter Shanklin my friend you are a legend.
I found a fantastic reference card/cheat sheet relating to Powershell over at DZone.com.