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Introduction PART I. WINDOWS POWERSHELL BASICS Chapter 1 Introducing Windows PowerShell Chapter 2 Interacting with the Windows PowerShell Command Line Chapter 3 Object Based Scripting with .NET PART II. LEARNING HOW TO WRITE POWERSHELL SCRIPTS Chapter 4 Working with Variables, Arrays and Hashes Chapter 5 Implementing Conditional Logic Chapter 6 Using Loops to Process Data Chapter 7 Organizing Scripts using Functions PART III. ADVANCED TOPICS Chapter 8 Working with Files and Folders Chapter 9 Basic System Administration Chapter 10 Debugging PowerShell Scripts PART IV. APPENDICES Appendix A What's on the Companion Web Site? Appendix B What Next?
Jerry Lee Ford, Jr. is an author, educator, and an IT professional with over 24 years' of experience in information technology, including roles as an automation analyst, technical manager, technical support analyst, automation engineer, and security analyst. He is the author of 40 books and co-author of two additional books. His published works include Getting Started with Game Maker, HTML, XHTML, and CSS for the Absolute Beginner; XNA 3.1 Game Development for Teens; Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0 for Teens, and Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Express Programming for the Absolute Beginner. Ford has a master's degree in business administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and has over five years' experience as an adjunct instructor teaching networking courses in information technology.
my husband need these books for school, he really doesn't use them much after it much, but ok its for school so i will deal with it.Published 23 months ago by jessicaCrain
This book takes the reader step by step through conditional logic, looping, variables, system administration and even touches on the .Net Framework. Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by PKO
When I began learning the PowerShell programming language, I stumbled about on the web looking for direction. Read morePublished on June 19, 2012 by elmo533940
This manual contains all the data needed to get a good start in understanding and using PowerShell in a simple easy to follow manner.Published on February 14, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I got this book a couple of weeks ago and I'm going through it a page at a time. This book has been a fantastic resource for me to learn Powershell. Read morePublished on June 17, 2009 by Zach Nichter
this is good if you want to get started quickly enough. Once you understand the syntax and stuff and concept, you can always find canned scripts from google and adjust to your... Read morePublished on September 15, 2008 by Akash Aggarwal
I was disappointed with this book. I personally dislike technical books that bring the writers family/children into it -- send those things into Family Circle. Read morePublished on July 7, 2008 by DataMan
Hi all, I was a real freshman to PowerShell and needed a book that thought me the absolute beginning of PowerShell, this book does that compleatly. Read morePublished on April 28, 2008 by Atli Thor Kristbergsson