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Power Shell-isms continued: Tales from a Linux Developer Part II

I have been merrily going along my way developing a fairly massive XML file to be used by the PowerShell script I am crafting. After making several changes I have more comments on PowerShell to make.

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Edward Haletky

Edward L. Haletky, aka Texiwill, is an author, analyst, developer, technologist, and business owner. Edward owns AstroArch Consulting, Inc., providing virtualization, security, network consulting and development and TVP Strategy where he is also an Analyst. Edward is the Moderator and Host of the Virtualization Security Podcast as well as a guru and moderator for the VMware Communities Forums, providing answers to security and configuration questions. Edward is working on new books on Virtualization.

Power Shell-isms: Tales from a Linux Developer

I will admit, I am a GNU/Linux developer and proud of it, but my customers run windows systems. So where does that leave me? Generally, either programming in portable C/C++, Perl, Python, or TCL. However, I wanted to give Power Shell a try and outside of a few minor (okay major) issues it works quite well.

I documented some of my issues on my PowerShell for Windows and Linux developers TechTarget blog post, but since this post I have discovered other powershell issues.

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Edward Haletky

Edward L. Haletky, aka Texiwill, is an author, analyst, developer, technologist, and business owner. Edward owns AstroArch Consulting, Inc., providing virtualization, security, network consulting and development and TVP Strategy where he is also an Analyst. Edward is the Moderator and Host of the Virtualization Security Podcast as well as a guru and moderator for the VMware Communities Forums, providing answers to security and configuration questions. Edward is working on new books on Virtualization.