. They offer a 45 day evaluation for each of their products so you can try them out before you buy them. They also have forums where you can find assistance with not only their products but general PowerShell questions as well. If you’re looking for assistance with their products, that’s definitely the best place to post your questions."I received notification earlier this week that I’ve been renewed for another year (2017) as a SAPIEN Technologies MVP.
One of the reasons I like mentoring others and teaching them how to use PowerShell is that I spent the first third of my career pointing and clicking in the GUI. Before PowerShell was released, I had taken a three day MOC (Microsoft Official Curriculum) course on VBScript and two more days on WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation). I wrote a few VBScripts over the years but never really had a desire to learn it like I have PowerShell.
I received notification earlier this week that I’ve been awarded the SAPIEN MVP awardfor 2015 by SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. ](/images/2015/01/sapien_mvp.pngsapien_mvp)As many of you know, I co-authored SAPIEN’s Windows PowerShell TFM 4th Editionwhich is one of the few books on the market that covers PowerShell version 4. ](/images/2014/10/tfm4-640x480-1.jpgtfm4-640x480)I was one of the beta testers for PowerShell Studio 2014. Since I had early access to the product, it only made sense to write a chapter about that product in the new Windows PowerShell TFMbook.