PowerShell Deep Dives Book – Early Access and 50% Discount Code

I was recently fortunate enough to be invited by fellow PowerShell MVP Jeffery Hicks to contribute to a new book published by Manning: PowerShell Deep Dives. The intention of this book is to follow in a tradition similar to that set by a group of SQL Server MVPs who have published two SQL Deep Dive books (1 and 2), with profits going to a nominated charity.

This PowerShell Deep Dive book features contributions from PowerShell MVPs, well known community contributors and Microsoft consultants. Editors Jeffrey Hicks, Richard Siddaway, Oisin Grehan, and Aleksandar Nikolic are joined by PowerShell experts Don Jones, Arnaud Petitjean, Boe Prox, Bartek Bielawski, Mike Robbins, Vadims Podans, Ashley McGlone, James O’Neill, Jeff Wouters, Will Steele, Jonathan Medd, Adam Driscoll, Trevor Sullivan, Josh Gavant, Karl Prosser, Jim Christopher, Ben Miller, Donabel Santos, Robert C. Cain, Jen Stirrup, Jason Helmick, and Chris Bellée.

The content is listed below and is available under Manning’s Early Access Program where you can get access to chapters as and when they become available. If you are quick there is a 50% off promo code dotd1220au at http://www.manning.com/hicks/ valid until 20th Dec 2012. (Don’t worry if you miss this, Manning regularly run discount codes from their Twitter account)

1. Diagnosing and troubleshooting PowerShell remoting – FREE
2. CIM sessions
3. Performance counters with PowerShell
4. TCP port communication with PowerShell
5. Managing systems through a keyhole with PowerShell
6. Using PowerShell to audit logon authentication type
7. PowerShell and certification authority databases
8. Remediating SID history with PowerShell

9. The 10 commandments of PowerShell scripting
10. Avoiding the pipeline
11. A Template for Handling and Reporting Errors – AVAILABLE
12. Tips and tricks for creating complex or advanced HTML reports with PowerShell – AVAILABLE
13. Dynamic parameters
14. Type formatting
15. Scalable scripting for large data sets
16. Cmdlets over objects
17. Command line tools into PowerShell tools

18. Source control with PowerShell
19. Inline .NET code
20. PowerShell and XML: better together
21. Adding automatic remoting to your advanced functions or Cmdlets
22. Automating software builds with PSAKE

23. SQL and PowerShell
24. Creating flexible subscriptions in SQL server reporting services (SSRS) using PowerShell
25. PowerShell and SMO
26. BI with PowerShell
27. Provisioning web servers and websites automatically to IIS 8.
28. WSUS and PowerShell
29. Group membership management application

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