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Learn about PowerShell's utility cmdlets at the UK User Group's February Live Meeting

Whenever I'm helping anyone get started with PowerShell, I'm always telling them about these cmdlets: Get-Help, Get-Command, Get-Member and Get-PSDrive - they let you discover and learn about the system and PowerShell. The next set of cmdlets that you'd better get familiar with are the ones that keep cropping up all the time when you're doing real work in PowerShell:

Compare-Object
ForEach-Object
Group-Object
Measure-Object
New-Object
Select-Object
Sort-Object
Tee-Object
Where-Object

In the February Live Meeting of the UK PowerShell User Group, PowerShell MVP Richard Siddaway is going to cover these cmdlets in a session accessible to beginners, but possibly with the odd surprise for experts. The session is on Tuesday 8th February at 7:30pm GMT and the joining details are available at Richard's blog.

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