Brilliant Powershell posts
Working at Microsoft, itâ€™s almost impossible to not stay plugged into the technology zeitgeist. Until you get your email filters set up properly â€“ inevitably running into the Exchange limits â€“ your inbox is literally a news ticker. Needless to say, establishing that kind of community doesnâ€™t happen automatically in the â€œreal world.â€ So in the last week or two Iâ€™ve been fleshing out my RSS feed subscriptions.
In the process, Iâ€™ve come across some people doing seriously amazing things with Powershell. Some of these efforts I hope I can find time to contribute and extend; others Iâ€™ll just sit back in awe. (Iâ€™m not saying which is whichâ€¦you too will have to subscribe!)
- Bart de Smet
- Real LINQ cmdlets for Powershell â€“ based on â€œlazyâ€ expression tree builders, with the full range of operators, not just the few â€œgreedyâ€ *-Object functions PS comes with
- Autogenerating cmdlets that mirror an object's method calls
- Using Powershell's ETS to surface extension methods â€“ reminds me of my add-types.ps1, but more broadly useful since it incorporates the design intent embedded in the extension methodsâ€™ type info rather than importing blindly
- Executing SQL / Powershell statements from your iPhone â€“ are you kidding me?!!
- James Brundage
- Josh Einstein