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Wednesday
Jul252012

PowerShell v3 on the Get-Scripting Podcast

Last week I had the chance to chat with Jonathan Medd and Alan Renouf on Episode 31 of the Get-Scripting Podcast, which is now available to download. We had a great time recording and covered a lot of ground with PowerShell version 3, so it runs long, but I hope you'll get as much out of listening to it as we did recording it!

During the recording, I mentioned some Quick Reference Guides, put together by the great guys at PowerShellMagazine.com, but hosted by Microsoft. Microsoft have added a couple more guides since I last looked, so you should definitely check them out.

We also discussed PowerShell at TechEd Europe 2012. All of the sessions are available on-demand, and I especially recommend that people familiar with PowerShell today should watch the recording of Advanced Automation Using Windows PowerShell 3.0 with Mir Rosenberg and Dan Harman.

Hope you enjoy the podcast - we'd love to hear your feedback!

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