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PowerShellJun 29, 2015 at 9:06AM0
During this video, we will explore the locally installed DSC Resources, and then look at the PowerShell Gallery, which contains addition Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resources, enabling you to manage different types of entities in your environment. You can easily use the PowerShellGet module to…
PowerShellJul 13, 2015 at 5:44PM0
During this short video, you can easily discover two different methods of supporting online help in your PowerShell advanced functions! Find out more about Trevor Sullivan on Twitter (@pcgeek86) or on his website http://trevorsullivan.net!
I think we finally perfected the virtual Paul experience! Check us out this week and let us know what you think! Here's the rundown: Microsofties going back to High School [07:42] Ballmer talks about the future [03:08] Stocking the Windows Store with quality apps [16:14] Microsoft gives..a LOT …
These Microsofties just won't stop talking- and it's about really great stuff this week. Here's a glimpse of some of the stories we captured:
April Fools @ Microsoft
....lots and lots of it
Silverlight & MySpace...BFF's
Don't hate on the Microsoft name
Oh, and yes I know it's…
Here at Microsoft, we like to have a little bit of fun, so a couple of months ago, Scott Stabbert built a VB.NET application to prank his co-worker, Xander. Watch and learn how Scott did it and
download the project code to prank your own friends.
PowerShellJun 26, 2015 at 10:27AM0
During this video, we will explore the ability to use validation attributes on your class properties in the new PowerShell v5.0 Classes feature! Find out more about Trevor Sullivan on Twitter (@pcgeek86) or on his website http://trevorsullivan.net!
The MultiPoint Mouse SDK v1.5 has just shipped and it is changing the game- and the way we think about interacting with our computers. Here are some of the highlights:
The new SDK features several improvements as well as Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 compatibility and support for both 32 and…
PowerShellJun 26, 2015 at 10:15AM1
During this video, we will explore PowerShell v5.0 Class inheritance and how methods are invoked between the parent & child class definitions! Find out more about Trevor Sullivan on Twitter (@pcgeek86) or on his website http://trevorsullivan.net!