Time For A Change

It’s getting harder to post useful scripting tips for PowerShell these days as there are so many talented hardcore scripting bloggers around. My day to day is job is not system/network/server administrator; I’m a .NET developer, having started the C# habit about eight or nine years ago with the early CLR 1.0 beta. So, from here on in, I’ve decided that a better direction for me to take from now on is that of a PowerShell developer,  as opposed to a scripter. There are very few (if any?) dedicated PowerShell developer blogs around, and so I figured I should try to fill that gap as best I can. I have a not insignificant amount of experience writing providers, cmdlets and other widgety bits, so it’s a good time to share my experiences. Of course, my way is not “the” way, so please reply with your own experiences/advice/mocking/whatever. ;-)

That said, I am not eschewing scripting altogether – I have some stuff in the pipeline (har-har) concerning areas I’m interested in, like eventing and jobs/remoting.

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Irish, PowerShell MVP, .NET/ASP.NET/SharePoint Developer, Budding Architect. Developer. Montrealer. Opinionated. Montreal, Quebec.

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