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  • YouTube movies and PowerShell

    New Year - new passion - R/C Helicopters - such as Silverlit Picoo Z. Luckily for beginners like me YouTube has plenty of movies. But how to save them? You may say: just copy all files starting with the get_video from C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\ where Internet Explorer stores them. It's not that ...
    Posted to Cristian's Blog (Weblog) by xmldeveloper on January 21, 2008
  • VSCmdShell - a PowerShell add-in for Microsoft Visual Studio

    To answer a question on a previous blog post - YES, there is a PowerShell Add-In for Visual Studio - the VSCmdShell. It works with Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 (I tested with 2008 version) and you can also get the code for it from the project home on codeplex.com. More about it here: VS Command Shell - Home Bertan's ...
    Posted to Cristian's Blog (Weblog) by xmldeveloper on January 8, 2008
  • Shell Tools at Powershell.com

    One of the perks of being MVP is that you can use lots of commercial applications for free. Two of them come from Shell Tools: PowerShell Analyzer and PowerShell Plus. If you are into PowerShell then I recommend you to at least download the free version of PowerShell Pluss and give it a try. You will be impressed. PowerShell ...
    Posted to Cristian's Blog (Weblog) by xmldeveloper on January 8, 2008
  • Screencast - Exploring Analysis Services using PowerShell

    A few days ago I wrote how can one talk to Analysis Services. Though I have no PowerShell skills (I opened a PowerShell console 2-3 times) and I come from the Database Engine world - I thought that it would be interesting to try the powerSSAS provider for Analysis Services created by Darren Gosbell. So here's a screencast on this ...
    Posted to Cristian's Blog (Weblog) by xmldeveloper on January 7, 2008
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