imageSarah has been doing a great job the last few posts on community.  In response to a community question she received on one of her posts, she decided to change the topic on her post.  The questions she received:

But how does an ITPro without a developer background start to use MSDN and understand terminology such as static, override, []::Something?

PowerShell really takes a shell language to another level, since it is object orientated.  Well Sarah changed the content and decided to talk a bit on how to make sense of MSDN.  This will help you to understand the PowerShell language even more.  Check out Sarah’s post on for part 29:

PowerShell Not Your Father’s Command Line Part 29 of 31: Demystifying MSDN and PowerShell static syntax

Thanks for reading and if you missed any of the previous posts you can find a master list of series postings located here: PowerShell Not Your Father's Command Line: 31 Days of PowerShell or on Sarah’s blog here: PowerShell Not Your Father's Command Line: 31 Days of PowerShell. Lastly Sarah and I want to hear from you email either of us with your comments or suggestions for future postings let us know, we look forward to hearing from you. Have a great day!