Friday, August 19, 2016

PowerShell is written in .NET code (C#), not true anymore

The great productivity tool, PowerShell has entered the Open Source community (both Linux and Mac) according to an article that appeared in

This is what the Inventor of PowerShell said about this move:

 "PowerShell on Linux is now designed to enable customers to use the same tools, and the same people, to manage everything from anywhere," Snover said. The initial ports are available on Ubuntu, Centos and Red Hat, he noted. "PowerShell also now runs on Red Hat Linux and Mac OS X with additional platforms planned for the future. The "alpha" builds and source code are now on GitHub

IT pros can use this task-based scripts to provide automaton support to Windows OS and all the other Windows Products.

PowerShell skills are highly marketable and now even more.

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PowerShell Pro Tools is a Visual Studio Community 2017 extension that you can try free

I see there is at least one extension, PowerShell Pro Tools that you can download. You can find it in the Visual Studio Community 2017...