Episode 177 – Scripting Guy Ed Wilson on the 2012 PowerShell Scripting Games

21 02 2012
A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.

In This Episode

Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Ed Wilson (The Scripting Guy) about the 2012 Scripting Games.


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Chatroom Banter

18[2012-02-16 22:25:46] <8Brian_> ## how many different levels are there in the scripting games? Like what’s after beginner?

16[2012-02-16 22:26:01] <6AaronHoover> training is important!

16[2012-02-16 22:26:03] <6Vern_Anderson> Padowan to Jedi Master

16[2012-02-16 22:26:04] <5BartekB> Brian_: There are 2: beg and adv.

16[2012-02-16 22:26:05] <14JHofferle> 22http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2012/02/04/the-2012-windows-powershell-scripting-games-all-links-on-one-page.aspx

16[2012-02-16 22:26:05] <4alexandair1> beginner and advanced

16[2012-02-16 22:26:21] <11StartAutomating> BartekB, it’s ok, you’re whole “I’ve got another box to play with” comment translates a little funny as well

16[2012-02-16 22:27:51] <6Vern_Anderson> 22http://paper.li/tag/PowerShell

I wrote a blog post about the ISE for Microsoft tonight 🙂 22http://blogs.technet.com/b/wikininjas/archive/2012/02/16/community-win-powershell-goes-wiki.aspx

16[2012-02-16 22:48:30] <12Jaykul> 22http://connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/details/509353/use-language-syntax-like-to-add-members-to-objects <– I bet you will learn two things about PowerShell 3 that you didn’t know by reading the closing comment by Microsoft

16[2012-02-16 22:50:44] <5BartekB> Vern_Anderson: 22http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2011/10/21/create-a-really-cool-powershell-ise-profile.aspx

16[2012-02-16 23:00:23] <7ScriptingWife> 22http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2011/03/26/here-come-da-judge-here-come-da-judge.aspx

The Question

Ed needs on his Mission to Mars: a laptop with PowerShell




2 responses

11 03 2012
2012 Scripting Games « blog.powershell.no

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11 03 2012
2012 Scripting Games - Jan Egil`s blog on Microsoft Infrastructure

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