by billhilf on January 23, 2007 12:33pm

I can’t recall if I have ever blogged about this, but we certainly have shown interviews here on Port25 with Jeffery Snover, Architect of PowerShell.  PowerShell is a command-line shell and scripting language for Windows:  Think consistent syntax and standard utilities that make managing and administering Windows much easier. Powershell is not yet in the market (of course there are release candidates you can get here).  But the community is growing. 

Here’s some stuff I’ve found:

It’s great to see the community growth around Powershell, and I can’t wait to see this community grow even more after Powershell is generally available (and I love that a lot of this is happening on Codeplex).   And remember, Powershell runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server “Longhorn”.

Cheers to the re-birth of the command line!

-Bill