Episode 182 – Joel Bennett on PowerShell v3 and PoshCode

17 04 2012
A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.
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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Joel Bennett about PowerShell V3 and PoshCode

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The Question

Mission to Mars: beefy laptop

Resources

  • Joel Bennett tipped us off to Chocolatey, an application packaging system based on Nuget which runs in PowerShell

  • Old (but good) Scripting Guys post: Import INI files


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3 responses

16 05 2012
KnowYourStack - What is Chocolatey

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16 05 2012
ferventcoder

Awesome note on chocolatey at 1:06:00 (a few seconds past, but you got the idea). 😀

15 06 2012
halr9000

Agreed! 🙂

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