Some time back, in his blog post, Jeffrey Snover introduced one of the new Windows PowerShell 3.0 feature – Windows PowerShell Workflow. In that post, you saw a glimpse of how to author workflows using PowerShell syntax. This post dives into more details of authoring workflows using PowerShell syntax and various extensions to it.
There is a famous quote often attributed to Jeffrey Snover, “IT Pros love and hate WMI. They love it because there is so much great stuff there. They hate it because it is complex to use”. Not to our surprise, most of the IT Pros and developers we talked to agree with this.