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Phantom Elements in a Hash Table

Summary: Microsoft PFE and guest blogger, Chris Wu, talks about working with hash tables. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Welcome back guest blogger, Chris Wu… Admittedly, hash tables didn’t catch my attention when I started using Windows PowerShell, but over time it has proven to be one of my favorites. This is ...

Using the Live REST API with PowerShell

Summary: Microsoft PFE, Chris Wu talks about using the Live REST API with Windows PowerShell. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Once again we have Chris Wu with us. For previous posts from Chris, see the Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog. Take it away Chris… In this post, we will show off some miscellaneous tasks that are enabled by ...

Use PowerShell to Work with SkyDrive for Powerful Automation

Summary: Microsoft PFE, Chris Wu, talks about creating powerful automation scenarios by using Windows PowerShell and SkyDrive. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Chris Wu is back with us today. I will let Chris dive right in… On the Microsoft Download Center, you can download Live SDK v5.3, which contains APIs and a great deal...

Use PowerShell 3.0 to Get More Out of Windows Live

Summary: Microsoft PFE, Chris Wu, talks about using Windows PowerShell 3.0 to automate Windows Live. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Welcome back to guest blogger, Chris Wu. Take it away Chris… One advantage of Windows PowerShell that I’ve really enjoyed is the ability to test various APIs at ease. There is no need ...

Weekend Scripter: Improve Performance When Combining PowerShell Arrays

Summary: Microsoft premier field engineer, Chris Wu, talks about combining Windows PowerShell arrays. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Chris Wu, a Microsoft PFE, is back to share his knowledge. See previous Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog guest posts from Chris. Here is contact information for Chris: Twitter: https://twitter.com/chwu_ms ...

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