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Microsoft Script Center

At the Microsoft Script Center, we are dedicated to the system administrator scripters of the world whom we teach how to use Windows PowerShell to reduce time spent performing mundane tasks.

 

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Script, Script, Script, Script

Check out this awesome video filmed at TechEd 2014 and produced by Windows PowerShell MVP Sean Kearney: Scripting Cmdlet Style. As a bonus, learn a special scripting hand sign!

Events

  • Writing and Other Disasters intensive workshop
    July 12, 2014; Rock Hill, South Carolina

    At this all-day event about various aspects of writing, Ed will make two presentations: "The 7 Secrets to Success as a Technical Writer" and "Blog Essentials: The 5 Must-Haves."

Check out Project Siena!

Hey scripters, check out the new Windows app-building tool from Microsoft— Project Siena—that will help you build custom Windows apps in a flash.

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PowerTip: PowerShell Summit Europe 2014
Summary: The Scripting Wife shares information about Windows PowerShell Summit Europe 2014. Do you have any information about the Windows PowerShell ... More >
Saturday, Jul 12
Weekend Scripter: Top Ten PowerScripting PodCasts
Summary: Windows PowerShell MVP, Teresa Wilson, talks about the top ten PowerScripting podcasts. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. This wee... More >
Saturday, Jul 12
PowerTip: How Long Has My Computer Been Running?
Summary: Learn a one-liner Windows PowerShell command to see how long a computer has run. How can I use Windows PowerShell to find out how long my co... More >
Friday, Jul 11
An End of Week Treat: Mini-Scripting Games
Summary: Windows PowerShell MVP, Jim Christopher, shares a mini-Scripting Games event from the Charlotte Windows PowerShell User Group. Microsoft Scri... More >
Friday, Jul 11
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