Superstar Shay Levy recently wrote a blog article, Module Manifest Gotcha . He was exploring the various options that the Module Manifest provides and saw what he thought was a problem with using the PowerShellHostVersion key.
PowerGUI has a cool way to get you started with PowerShell 2.0 features.. ‘Code Snippets’. Take a at this video to know more. http://poshoholic.com/2009/08/28/learn-powershell-v2-features-using-powershell-code-snippets/
Osama Sajid, Program Manager
Kirk Munro blog entry HERE says that PowerGUI has just it the 100,000 download milestone. This comes on the heels of them winning the Breakthrough Product Award at TechEd. These guys are on a roll!
Congratulations to the entire team!
Quest is holding a PowerGUI scripting contest starting tomorrow July 1. If you are not familar with PowerGUI, it is a PowerShell scripting and execution GUI. If you aren’t already a PowerGUI user, here is a great opportunity to kick the tires.
Andy Schneider has a great blog entry called: Confessions of a PowerShell Evangelist where he talks about not thinking much about PowerGui. Then it RTMed and he told some people about it and one of his operations people emailed him an awesome response an hour later which caused Andy to reevaluate his assessment of it.
Yesterday was the official launch of Window Server 2008, the first version of Windows to include PowerShell! Is that a good day or what? How could the day get any better? Well, the people at Quest Software answered that question by officially releasing PowerGUI!