Prof. Powershell

Regular Expressions, Part 3

A last look at expressions, this time by trying to match on opposites.

Regular Expressions, Part 2

A few more tricks for working with regular expressions.

Regular Expressions, The Basics

Part one of three on the basics of working with regular expressions.

Match Play: PowerShell's Match Operator

Last time, we used the like operator to find wildcard type matches. Now, let's find exactly what we're searching for with -Match.

What's Not To Like? PowerShell's -Like Operator

The -Like operator (and its counterpart, -Notlike) can help you find exactly the information you seek.

XML Marks the Spot

Use the Export-Clixml cmdlet when capturing XML data that you'll want to use later in a PowerShell session.

ISE Clearly Now: PowerShell 3.0's New-Look ISE

Highlighting the best of of PowerShell 3.0's Integrated Scripting Environment.

Managing Scheduled Tasks, Part 3

Let's take one more look at the fun involved in managing tasks on an enterprise level.

Managing Scheduled Tasks, Part 2: Create A New Task

Last time, we looked at how ScheduledTasks works. This time, let's create a new scheduled task using -- wait for it -- New-ScheduledTask.

I'll Get to It Later: Managing Scheduled Tasks with PowerShell in Windows 8

Part 1 on managing scheduled tasks with the ScheduledTasks module in the upcoming PowerShell 3.

ForEach and Everyone

Whether you're using ForEach as a cmdlet or a construct, PowerShell will know what you mean.

5 Ways To Make PowerShell a Team Sport

My short list of suggestions for working with PowerShell in a team environment.

Overcoming the PowerShell Hurdle

The way to grasp all the complexity of PowerShell is to use it and take it one step at a time. At some point, a little PowerShell will go a long way in your IT career.

Show Me State: PowerShell 3.0's Show-Command Gets GUI

PowerShell 3.0 sports a cool new feature, the Show-Command cmdlet, which provides a graphical way of looking at all cmdlets and functions at your disposal. Here's a graphic look at it.

You Complete Me: PowerShell's Tab Completion Feature

PowerShell's tab completion feature saves lots of typing. In version 3, this features gets even better.

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