2011/7/26 Gabor Szabo szab...@gmail.com
So I am wondering now. Have the world of Windows changed in the last
and do people use the PowerShell? My guess is that the general public
won't use it but
do at least programmers, Windows sysadmins and the more technical people
Only sysadmins really have interest in learning PowerShell.
I don't know about .NET developers. They could have some value in knowing
it, but I don't know the .NET community.
I assume there are not many people on this list but I wonder what do you
Is assuming knowledge of the PowerShell realistic?
What is your target audience?
Among the general Windows users, no.
Among developers on Windows (using Windows only as a desktop to work on
remote systems or OS independent applications), no.
Among .NET developers, I don't know.
PowerShell is still quite new and marketed only at Windows sysadmins.
Personally I still do my Windows desktop administration tasks with NT batch
Is there a website or some forum with a lot of Windows developers where I
ask this question? Maybe even run a poll?
The Microsoft forums :
Microsoft Scripting Guys on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/ScriptingGuys