Episode 165 – Brandon Shell talks Splunk

14 11 2011
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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Brandon Shell about Splunk and life after system administration

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[21:58:32] <BSonPosh> why do I care about dd-wrt?

[21:59:04] <Meson> You can do all kinds of crap with dd-wrt

[22:16:15] <JasonMArcher> Unit Tests operate on small functional units of code (mostly test cases for individual methods)

[23:04:21] <halr9000> at least you are wearing pants

[23:04:25] <halr9000> I assume

[23:04:28] <BSonPosh> how do you know 🙂

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Brandon – Favorite apps: VMware Fusion, Windows 7, Skype

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27 07 2012
Working with Splunk Indexes using Windows PowerShell | Splunk Blogs

[…] If you’d like to learn more about the PowerShell Resource Kit, be sure to read the README which has links to tons of resources. Also, I interviewed Brandon Shell a bit ago about the project on the PowerScripting Podcast episode 165. […]

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