What do you give to the architect that has everything? How about a grab bag of really good advice an interesting discussion with a very smart architect and fellow podcaster Scott Hanselman? This episode defies a single description because we covered so much
ground but if you have ever listened…
Join Bill Staples, Product Unit Manager for IIS 7, and Jeffrey Snover, MMC and Windows PowerShell Architect, as they discuss the new features of Windows Server “Longhorn”, IIS 7 and Windows PowerShell. See how much easier it is to manage an IIS 7 single
box or an IIS 7 web farm with Windows…
In this show, we take a look at some more Windows PowerShell Cmdlets and how we can use Windows PowerShell to easily manage Windows Vista.
Jeffrey Snover and I have written up a blog post on this show that is available on the Windows Vista Team blog. You can see the commands used in this…
In this episode, David shows you how you can build a simple set of Windows PowerShell cmdlts to access the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
The Cmdlets show how to implement parameters; support pipeline operations; support confirm, whatif, debug and…
In this first of several shows focusing on Windows PowerShell, architect evangelist David Aiken shows some basic "getting started" commands in Windows PowerShell.
The show covers help, basic cmdlet usage, formatting, objects, navigation and safety.
Jeffrey Snover has been on Channel 9 before
talking about Monad. That was a popular video so we thought we'd have him back on Channel 9 to give us some more thoughts on Monad. You can read more on the
Monad blog and there's
a Monad Wiki that you can participate on too. Jeffrey is one of…
Last week you saw
Jeffrey Snover talking about Monad here on Channel 9. Here's his demo of Monad. Monad is the code-name for a new command shell for Windows.
In this video Jeffrey talks about the five concepts of Monad that you'll need to know to get started.
If you were at the PDC last fall you might have heard about Monad. That's the code-name for a new command shell. Jason Nadal,
on his blog, said he was "blown away" by what he saw.
So, of course, we had to track down the Architect on the team (officially named the "Administration…