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Some Relevant PowerShell Books


Some Relevant PowerShell Books

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Phil Factor
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Learn Powershell in a Month of Lunches by Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks is a good a book for the beginner. The book teaches a "think in Powershell" approach with small lessons. There's a also a free lab manual and slide deck which can be used to teach a class. I've used the book and material to teach a 3-day internal class on Powershell and recommend it to others seeking to provide low cost training to their co-works.



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Thanks for that info, Chad. I'll order a copy of the 'Lunches' book. It sounds ideal.

By the way, I try to get to read everything you've blogged about on PowerShell. It is quite uncanny that whenever I'm stuck with a PowerShell problem and 'google it' I find you've got there first with an answer in a blog post! Many thanks for all the work, and for all the work on SQL Server PowerShell Extensions (SQLPSX)


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Oops! My bad fingers. Try this one
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Editorial/PowBooks/100908/


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Thanks for the list of resources



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