I attended Gert Drapers’ session on PowerShell for SQL Server. I used to be a Linux sys admin – where everything I did involved either Perl or Bash scripting – so the idea of PowerShell piqued my interest.

Apparently PowerShell is built on top of .NET objects, and will come as a standard tool in Windows Server 2008. Something to look forward to… (btw, Windows Server 2008 and IIS 7.0 looked pretty kewl. They demonstrated how to add a WFE to a farm, and it took a few minutes to do so. Yeah, yeah. Might be too good to be true.. We’ll see when it gets out.

Download PowerShell here:

Good PowerShell Book: Windows PowerShell in Action by Bruce Payette

And here’s to blogging more PowerShell Tips and Tricks for SQL Server and Sharepoint! (Kampai!)

Neil Iversen posted his Powershell for Sharepoint files at: http://www.justaddcode.com/blog/2007/11/12/devconnections-powershell-for-sharepoint-developers/

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