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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Jim Truher from Microsoft about the history of PowerShell and System Center Service Manager!
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- The Rochester User Group will be talking PowerShell V3 October 18th
- The Atlanta PowerShell User Group will have a Script Club meeting, also on Oct 18th
- Hal will be presenting a Live Lunch Meeting November 2nd at 1:00PMEST
- @LearnPowerShell wanted us to mention UK Community Drinks in London November 5th after Dr. DNS’s PowerShell training. You can follow @UKPoShDrinks for more info.
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Buzz from the Chatroom:
- [22:01:02] <RichPrescott> ## Jim, what is your favorite PowerShell feature?
- [22:01:21] <RichPrescott> ## Jim, what is the one feature that you wish made it into PowerShell, but didn’t?
- [22:09:10] <proxb> ## What were some of the biggest challenges you encountered while working on PowerShell?
- [22:24:30] <Josh_Atwell> ### Did you have any idea that PowerShell would become so widely adopted by groups outside of MSFT?
- [22:31:11] <RichPrescott> ## Why write a codeplex project when you can put them in the product?