PowerShell Summit Europe 2014 – Wednesday morning

The last morning started with me covering OMI (WMI) and DSC on Linux. OMI can be set up but wed need more classes; DSC on Linux works in push mode and integrates very nicely with DSC for Windows.

The second session consisted of Lee Holmes and Jim Truher introducing the Await module which provides Expect type functionality for PowerShell.

They demonstrated using FTP through ISE; automating Vi and automating SSH.

I can think of lots of uses for this.

Final session of the morning was Bartosz Bielawski on dynamic parameters

Dynamic parameters only work in context – the provider context

After demonstrating using dynamic parameters Bartek then showed how to add dynamic parameters to your code – and the hoops you have to go through to get them to work

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2 Responses to PowerShell Summit Europe 2014 – Wednesday morning

  1. Arunas says:

    Sounds very interesting. Were this recorded?

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