23/01/2009 12:08:23 PM
PowerShell has been around for a few years now, and has introduced a new way of administering Windows machines through a combination of the best features of Command Prompt and Scripting, and powerful snap-ins and providers. Combining this with Piping functionality that goes beyond Unix shells and a new SQL provider with SQL Server 2008 (including compatibility with SQL Server 2005), it becomes a very real option for maintenance tasks.
Rob Farley owns and operates LobsterPot Solutions out of Adelaide, and is also a mentor with SQLskills Australia. He has been consulting and training across the SQL Server stack for over ten years, runs the Adelaide SQL Server User Group, and is a regular presenter at conferences. In addition, he has written both courseware and exam material for Microsoft Learning and Prometric, in the areas of .Net programming and SQL Server. He blogs at msmvps.com/blogs/rob_farley
Venue: SA Innovation Centre, L2 Westpac House |
Duration 12:00-14:00 |
On: Tuesday, 27 January 2009