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CodeCamp (Waltham, MA) was a great success

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 04/06/2008

The last 2 days we had CodeCamp #9 in Waltham. It was a great success – 555 registered  participants (I swear it was 5 more than allowed 550). A lot of great presentations and presenters. I want personally thank the organizers and the participants.

I’ve given 4 presentations – 2 intro sessions and 2 in-depth session. Audience was great, engaging, friendly and asked a lot of good questions.

You’re welcome to download the presentations and the source code. Feel free to ask questions over the e-mail.

  1. PowerShell – extending your projects with PowerShell “To Infinity … and Beyond” (samples source code)
  2. Workflows are … not only for Business (samples source code)

I hope to see all of you next CodeCamp or during User Group meetings.

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Pash – cross platform PowerShell is out in the wild! Announcement.

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 04/06/2008

Pash – http://pash.sourceforge.net/

PowerShell open source reimplementation for “others” (Mac, Linux, Solaris, etc…) and Windows (including Windows Mobile and Windows CE)

About the name

Pash = PoSH (PowerShell) + bash (one of the Unix shells)

Goals

The main goal is to provide a rich shell environment for other operating systems as well as to provide a hostable scripting engine for rich applications. The user experience should be seamless for people who are used to Windows version of PowerShell. The scrips, cmdlets and providers should runs AS-IS (if they are not using Windows-specific functionality). The rich applications that host PowerShell should run on any other operating system AS-IS. Secondary goal: the scripts should run across the machines and different OS’s seamlesly (but following all the security guidelines).

Environment

The current implementation of Pash is written using pure .Net 2.0. It compiles on VS 2008 as well as on Mono. So all the developers can choose the environment that fits their needs and preferences. The produced assemblies can be executed “right out of the box” on Windows, Linux, Mac (or others) without any additional recompilation. Note: for Windows Mobile and Windows CE the produced code should be recompiled against the .NET Compact Framework.

Progress

You’re welcome to get the source code and contribute to the Pash public effort @ http://sourceforge.net/projects/pash.

~50% of public PowerShell classes defined.

~40% of framework functionality operational.

Stay tuned for more detailed info. Trying to figure out how to produce the similar class diff that Mono project is using.

Screenshots

Windows (duh !..)

Pash on Mono + SuSE Linux

Pash on Compact .NET Framework

and (drum roll …) Pash on Mac


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