WQL in Powershell

by Nick Monday, May 16, 2011 4:32 AM

For those who were at my Windows Management Instrumentation talk Saturday at Chicago Code Camp, you may recall one of the attendees mentioning an eBook on WQL in Powershell. I thought it would be worthwhile providing the link to Ravikanth's eBook, and thanks to Steve Murawski for the added information. Ravkanth also has a series on his blog on using WQL in Powershell, which if you found WMI to be useful based on my talk, is definitely worth a read.

Chicago Code Camp Recap

by Nick Sunday, May 15, 2011 10:08 AM

I want to thank all the organizers, volunteers and attendees for a great time at Chicago Code Camp yesterday. I ended up presenting on two different topics, instead of the planned one. One of the speakers in the first session was unable to attend at the last minute, so I filled in and presented Guerrilla Agile (which I'll also be presenting to Chicago ALT.NET on Wednesday). It was a good opportunity to test out that new presentation to a smaller crowd and get some feedback. There was no code to go along with this presenation, just this presentation:

Of course, I also gave a slightly shorter version of my Application Instrumenation with WMI talk which I've given before. The group for that talk was very good, and had lots of great questions, and a few extra insights which I appreciated. You can find the presenation and code for the presentation in this zip archive. I've also uploaded the presentation to Slide Share:

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