Monthly Archives: July 2006

Writing CMDLETs in PowerShell

One of the many nice features of PowerShell is that you can write a function that behaves like a cmdlet.  That is, it can be written to not only process command line arguments but it can also process pipeline input.  … Continue reading

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ShinyPower Help Browser for PowerShell

ShinyPower is a nice Windows Forms app that displays PowerShell help, along with the complete list of cmdlets.  Hats off to secretGeek!

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JSON Serialization Using C# 3.0 Extension Methods

I had just been playing around with C# 3.0 extension methods when Scott Hanselman posted this article about easy JSON object serialization in Ruby.  That got me thinking that with .NET Reflection and C# 3.0 extension methods, this should be … Continue reading

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