Posts Tagged ‘.Net’

Using .Net libraries in Powershell

One of the great things about Powershell is its ability to take advantage of the .Net platform. If Powershell can’t do it you bet there’s a .Net library that can. Not only is this great for extending your scripts but I also like to use Powershell to test some of my classes. Rather than fire […]

Ping-SQL Sneak Peek

Ping-SQL allows you to play with the Ping.fm API with standard T-SQL in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and above. Ping-SQL includes procedures to programmatically adjust configuration, replicate data to local tables and, of course, interact directly with the ping.fm API. Here’s a quick summary of the procedures currently in the suite… Procedure Classification Comment ping_cfg_debug Configuration […]