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ScriptAnalyzer in GitHub and availability on PowerShell Gallery

With the release of Windows Management Framework 5.0 April Preview, we are excited to announce that PowerShell ScriptAnalyzer development has moved to GitHub for greater collaboration & community involvement. https://github.com/PowerShell/PSScriptAnalyzer  Also, we have published v1.0 of ScriptAnalyzer to PSGallery. https://www....

Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview April 2015 is now available

We’re excited to announce Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview April 2015, a new package introducing new andexciting management technologies, is now available for download on the Microsoft Download Center! This Windows Management Framework (WMF) preview includes everything from WMF 5.0 Preview February 2015 plus some new features. ...

Azure PowerShell DSC Extension v1.8/v1.9 released

UPDATE 04/29/2015: We found an issue during install in ARM deployments. A fix is available as v1.9. NOTE: You can find more information on the DSC Extension in our release history. Today we are releasing version 1.8 of the Azure DSC Extension, updated with the latest WMF 5.0 Preview (April 2015). With this update we are adding support for ...
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DSC Resource Kit Moved to GitHub

We are proud to announce that the entire DSC Resource Kit has been open-sourced on GitHub. This means that we will be iterating and releasing these DSC resources quicker than ever before. It also means that we will be collaborating more openly with the community by accepting GitHub pull requests into our code.  For those of you ...

PowerShell Tools for Visual Studio – Now Available

A few days ago Jason Helmick asked Jeffery Snover on the MCP Insider Series when we’d see PowerShell in Visual Studio.  That actually wasn’t the first time the question had been asked.  Well, here’s the answer…  Today at the PowerShell Summit North America 2015, Andre Sayre gave a demo of PowerShell...
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Community Feedback and Microsoft Connect

Community feedback is an integral part of any software development cycle. That's why we continue to release new preview versions of Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.0: so that we can hear about and fix real-world problems before they ship with the next version of Windows. Historically, our guidance for filing bugs and feature requests...

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