New PowerShell Course
New PowerShell Course
I've been working on the new Powershell course to be offerred here at Interface Technical Training. Holy Cow, it's going to be FUN!!!
I'm so impressed with this language.
To me PowerShell is the Black Flag of anything that touches .NET. It's so unassumingly powerful that you almost feel like you've been in a gang fight and won after you get the hang of it. It's very addicting. You can solve so many problems, so simply and quickly, it's almost like your writing in Perl and C# and Python and PHP all at the same time. You almost begin to feel like your playing with the .NET framework like a cat's toy. This is not in any way to minimize the .NET Framework which will go down in history as the code achievement of our age (in my opinion), it's simply to point out the Power of Powershell.
I love the name Powershell it's perfect, I also love the name Silverlight as well, man someone is doing their job in naming these technologies. Just think of something like SharePoint. Perfect name for a huge beautiful monster of a technology that is changing the world!
I'll keep you posted on when the course goes live but it will be a fantastic dive into the world of Powershell.
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