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Windows PowerShell in Action
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Windows PowerShell in Action

Bruce Payette, Richard Siddaway
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Windows PowerShell in Action

Bruce Payette, Richard Siddaway
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Summary Windows PowerShell in Action, Third Edition is the definitive guide to PowerShell, now revised to cover PowerShell 6.Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology In 2006, Windows PowerShell reinvented the way administrators and developers interact with Windows. Today, PowerShell is required knowledge for Windows admins and devs. This powerful, dynamic language provides command-line control of the Windows OS and most Windows servers, such as Exchange and SCCM. And because it's a first-class.NET language, you can build amazing shell scripts and tools without reaching for VB or C#. About the Book Windows PowerShell in Action, Third Edition is the definitive guide to PowerShell, now revised to cover PowerShell 6. Written by language designer Bruce Payette and MVP Richard Siddaway, this rich book offers a crystal-clear introduction to the language along with its essential everyday use cases. Beyond the basics, you'll find detailed examples on deep topics like performance, module architecture, and parallel execution. What's Inside

  • The best end-to-end coverage of PowerShell available
  • Updated with coverage of PowerShell v6
  • PowerShell workflows
  • PowerShell classes
  • Writing modules and scripts
  • Desired State Configuration
  • Programming APIs and pipelines


About the Reader Written for intermediate-level developers and administrators. About the Authors Bruce Payette is codesigner and principal author of the Power-Shell language. Richard Siddaway is a longtime PowerShell MVP, author, speaker, and blogger. Table of Contents

  • Welcome to PowerShell
  • Working with types
  • Operators and expressions
  • Advanced operators and variables
  • Flow control in scripts
  • PowerShell functions
  • Advanced functions and scripts
  • Using and authoring modules
  • Module manifests and metadata
  • Metaprogramming with scriptblocks and dynamic code
  • PowerShell remoting
  • PowerShell workflows
  • PowerShell Jobs
  • Errors and exceptions
  • Debugging
  • Working with providers, files, and CIM
  • Working with.NET and events
  • Desired State Configuration
  • Classes in PowerShell
  • The PowerShell and runspace APIs
  • Appendix - PowerShell 6.0 for Windows, Linux, and MacOS
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Publisher
Manning Publications
Year
2017
ISBN
9781638351566
Topic
Computer Science
Subtopic
Programming Languages

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