Posts Tagged ‘Classes’


Creating Objects in Windows PowerShell

Monday, October 26th, 2015 by June Blender
Applies to: PowerShell 5.0.10240 I was recently in the beautiful city of Copenhagen, Denmark, where I was the guest of PSUG.DK, PowerShell User Group in Denmark. We met in the swanky Microsoft offices for a hands-on about classes in Windows PowerShell 5.0. Microsoft Offices, Copenhagen, Denmark. In the hands-on lab, we create a class, create instances of the class, and add constructors, properties and methods. Then, we try some of the more advanced features, like static properties and methods, inheritance, and interfaces. To keep the class in a reasonably brief, when we create objects, I show New-Object and the New…   More »

Why Do We Need Constructors?

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015 by June Blender
While traveling after PowerShell Summit Europe in Stockholm, I was honored to be the guest of the Microsoft Technical User Group in Oslo, Norway (@MTUG_Norge). This well-established user group meets on the beautiful campus of the University of Oslo, a short light-rail ride from downtown Oslo. We got together for a hands-on lab on classes in PowerShell 5.0. It was an experienced group -- mainly IT operations folks -- who are well-versed in PowerShell. The concepts are all new, but the group of 35-40 people were quick to understand them. One thoughtful guy asked a particularly good question: Why do…   More »

Onsite PowerShell Training Offered Worldwide

Thursday, August 1st, 2013 by Robert Morey
You heard it right! Yes, worldwide. SAPIEN's onsite PowerShell training classes have been offered for several years and have now been updated to include PowerShell v3 and as much as is known about v4. These are intense 4- and 5-day classes that will take you from novice to expert or, if your team already has experience, from knowledgeable to super expert. And we bring them to your door! Our PowerShell For Administrators course features lectures by the instructor, quizzes and tests, and lab work. With a hands-on approach, you will learn all about PowerShell including basics such as running commands…   More »

PrimalScript 2012: What’s new? (Part 7)

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012 by Alex Riedel
Last time we told you about some new debugger features in PrimalScript 2012. And you already know all about the new Ribbon user interface this new version sports. One thing that we were really focused about in this version was to make navigating your code easier. Since there is no “PrimalSense” toolbar anymore the method combo box that enabled you to jump between functions needed to find a new home. If you load a file into PrimalScript 2012 you will notice the two new combo boxes on top of the edit window: The right-hand combo box serves as an indicator…   More »