Windows PowerShell in Action (Anglais) Broché – 2 juin 2011
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Description du produit
PrÃ©sentation de l'Ã©diteur
Written by one of PowerShell's creators, this revised and updated edition of the top-selling
PowerShell book covers the latest version 2.0 features.
Windows PowerShell transformed the way administrators and developers
interact with Windows, allowing them to script administrative tasks and control
Windows from the command line. It's now a daily timesaver for anyone
working with Windows Server, Exchange Server, SQL Server, and other
Windows PowerShell in Action, Second Edition shows how to build scripts and
utilities to automate system tasks or create powerful system management tools
to handle the day-to-day tasks that drive a Windows administrators life. This
updated edition covers the latest changes in PowerShell 2.0, due in October
2009, with full chapters on remoting, modules, events and transactions, and the
PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment.
KEY POINTSP Author Bruce Payette is one of the founding members of the Windows
PowerShell team, co-designer of the PowerShell language, and the principal
author of the PowerShell language implementation.P Microsoft's PowerShell program manager said the first edition had "all the
secrets of PowerShell.P Up to date with new features in version 2.0 including deeper coverage of
"commandlets" (cmdlets) and more of the popular usage scenarios
throughout the book.
Biographie de l'auteur
is a founding member of the Windows PowerShell team, the author
of the Windows PowerShell language interpreter, and one of the key designers of
the Windows PowerShell utility tools for Windows for the past 15 years at
companies like MKS and language. Bruce has been working on UNIX shell and
Softway, now part of Microsoft Services for Unix. Bruce holds a BSc from the
University of Waterloo.
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But this quote in the preface completely sold me:
In the early part of this decade, Microsoft commissioned a study to identify areas where it could improve its offerings in the server space. Server management, and particularly command-line management of Windows systems, were called out as areas for improvement. While some might say that this is like discovering that water is wet, the important point is that people cared about the problem.
Therein, however, is the reason I can't recommend this as your first PowerShell book. The book is very logically planned out, the information very well presented in relatively easy to understand language, there is an abundance of script snippets to demonstrate what is being talked about, and the writing style itself is entertaining to read. But the author knows too much on the subject, and like any proud parent, often "too much information" is given, delving too deep into the gears and cogs of PowerShell and the underlying .NET framework for the (often basic) building block component, which might overwhelm the new PowerShell user, especially if the user does not have programming, let alone scripting, experience.
So although I say don't make this your first purchase, make it your second - and probably your last. Start with an "Introduction" style book (like Microsoft Windows Powershell Programming for the Absolute Beginner) to get used to the complex environment (even if you've only had VBS/JS experience), get comfortable with the basics of the shell, then move up to this title. You'll soon find out that every aspect you thought you knew has much more to the story than you thought, and you'll walk away from this read able to do just about everything you want.