As seen on TV

PowerShell is not featured on TV that often. (I wonder: why? Not enough reality show appeal?) Luckily there’s dnrTVthe online TV channel from the creators of one of the most popular mp3 shows .NET Rocks!

Kirk the Poshoholic has just made an appearance on the show, talking about PowerShell and PowerGUI. It is quite fascinating to compare where PowerGUI got from it’s first appearance on Channel 9 awhile ago.

Kirk is going through a lot of the topics:

  • PowerShell basics,
  • Tips for learning PowerShell,
  • How PowerGUI works and can get extended,
  • How to put UI on top of PowerShell,
  • How to debug PowerShell scripts,
  • And much more…

By the way, when you are done with the Kirk’s episode check out the previous shows archive. They have already had another show on PowerShell with Scott Hanselman, as well as a lot of great other shows on .NET, ASP.NET, AJAX, Workflow Foundation, LINQ, Ruby and much more.

Go check out Kirk’s demo on dnrTV!

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1 Response to “As seen on TV”


  1. 1 Erwin Blonk February 1, 2008 at 8:20 am

    The PowerShell trilogy on the Pwop shows is great. I have been playing a bit with PowerShell but now I have to get serious about it. Just downloaded PowerGUI, if only the workday was over already so I could go and try it out.


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