It's been a really busy few weeks in work, but I'm finally starting to find some time to put together some weightier posts on PowerShell. By this stage, everyone is pretty good at hacking together Cmdlets, and to be honest, Cmdlets are where it's at for most applications. However, I think the provider system is pretty powerful and deserves a chance to become a more equal partner to its Cmdlet brethren. The bewildering array of methods and base classes at your disposal is a little intimidating, and let's be honest, not everyone's provider ideas can be compared to an Access Database provider model.
My new blog is reachable via http://oisin.powershell.com/ (thanks Klumsy!) and is a redirect to my spot on the new community site, http://www.powershellcommunity.org/ . The first post will cover PowerShell paths in all their guises.