Episode 120 – Alex Riedel on PrimalScript and Visual PowerShell

1 08 2010

A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.

In This Episode

Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk to Alex Riedel from SAPIEN about PrimalScript and Visual PowerShell!


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  • <meson> ## Why create a brand new solution when there are so many existing solutions already?
  • <ChadMiller> ##Does their source control integrate /w TFS, StarTeam or SVN i.e. enterprise ?
  • <meson> ## What about WPF?
  • <Jaykul> ## Does the source control support standard ms scc plugins or something so you can change source control systems?

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·         Run custom scripts

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Up Next: PrimalScript 2009 with Alex & Jeff from SAPIEN

9 03 2009

Wow, we are so used to twitter, we just said all that needed saying in under 140 characters. 🙂

On this week’s show we will have Alex Riedel and Jeffrey Hicks from SAPIEN on to talk about PrimalScript 2009 and PrimalTools. Please join us at the usual Bat-Time of 9 Eastern (we’re on summer time now, watch out for that) this Thursday.

And lastly, we want to apologize for no show last week.  A combination of things made production difficult, so we decided we had to bail.

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