Episode 116 – Master Debugger John Robbins

21 06 2010

A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.
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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk to John Robbins about Debugging!

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  • 10:11 glnsize: ## So from a hardcore windows debuger/perf guy… What pitfalls / best practices do you preach for powershell?
  • 10:24 finked: ## Any thoughts on what PowrShell needs or the direction it should take?
  • 10:25 Jaykul: ## most useful parts of powershell for developers.
  • 10:29 glnsize: ##  So what is the use case for write-debuge… I use write-verbose/break points.  How should / Could I use the degug pipeline.
  • 10:38 Jaykul: ## So, in the real world, how do you see developers using PowerShell?
  • 10:40 Jaykul: ## TFS eh? Do you see many people doing build scripts?

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2 responses

22 06 2010
LucD

You guys sure about the “xcud: psunit demo” link ?

24 06 2010
halr9000

Well…I decided to leave it in. 🙂

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