I contributed a chapter in Manning’s PowerShell Deep Dives book. All proceeds for this book go to Save the Children foundation.
Here is a quote of the description of the book from the Manning website:
PowerShell Deep Dives is a trove of essential techniques and practical guidance. It is rich with insights from experts who won them through years of experience. The book’s 28 chapters, grouped in four parts (Administration, Scripting, Development, and Platforms), were hand-picked by four section editors: Jeffery Hicks, Richard Siddaway, OisÃn Grehan, and Aleksandar Nikolić.
Whether you’re just getting started with PowerShell or you already use it daily, you’ll find yourself returning to this book over and over.
So 2012 has been a really hectic year for me so far. But… my book is out!
About This Book
- Provides over a hundred practical recipes that utilize PowerShell to automate, integrate and simplify SQL Server tasks
- Offers easy to follow, step-by-step guide to getting the most out of SQL Server and PowerShell
- Covers numerous guidelines, tips, and explanations on how and when to use PowerShell cmdlets, WMI, SMO, .NET classes or other components
- Builds a strong foundation that gets you comfortable using PowerShell with SQL Server–empowering you to create more complex scripts that you need in your day-to-day job
Who This Book Is For
This book is written for the SQL Server database professional (DBA, developer, BI developer) who wants to use PowerShell to automate, integrate, and simplify database tasks. A little bit of scripting background is helpful, but not necessary.