Scott Hanselman

The Value of Writing Windows PowerShell Cmdlets

June 14, 2007 Comment on this post [2] Posted in Corillian | PowerShell | Programming
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image The folks at Channel 9 dug up another interview I did with Jeffrey Snover, PowerShell architect. Here's the one I did in November of 2006, for contrast. The project has grown

I think we filmed this in March. In this one I sing the praises of PowerShell and our team at Corillian that wrote "Project Evergreen," a deployment philosophy that turned into our Corillian Member Advantage product. Check the video out. Watch it via Windows Media or download the WMV. I hope you enjoy it.

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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June 14, 2007 10:25
Interesting. How did you incorporate Powershell into Member Advantage?

BTW, now that you are part of Checkfree does that mean you'll be hanging out here in Atlanta much? '-)

(Also, really nice real-time comment preview!)
June 19, 2007 5:30
Great video and interesting, as always. I had a thought for a future video cast or blog entry. I'd love to see you discuss in more detail how to build a system that makes use of cmdlets to perform the high-level activities as you discussed here. Perhaps just a basic Windows Forms application that invoked cmdlets to do some sort of business logic. I can't find many resources out there that covers this topic, yet it is mentioned frequently with reference to Exchange and in your video.


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