Sort of late this morning due to back to back meetings…
- Some anonymous commenter asked “why invent another language for PowerShell if there are so many great popular languages already in existance [sic]?” I can’t speak for the PowerShell team, but I think they were better off inventing a new language specificly designed for their scenario than they would have been shoe-horning in existing lanugage. To their credit, it looks like the PS team took great care to make the PS lanugage accessable by leveraging common syntax and idioms from other shell programming environments. I’m not a shell programming expert, but isn’t PS more a variant of shell languages that have come before than a brand new language?
- I want a “Works on My Machine” T-Shirt.