A Unix Person's Guide to PowerShell
by Matt Penny
Publisher: Leanpub 2016
Number of pages: 79
This e-book is intended as a 'Quick Start' guide to PowerShell for people who already know Bash or one of the other Unix shells. It covers some PowerShell concepts and contains a detailed discussion of Powershell equivalents of Unix commands, organised in the alphabetical order of the unix command.
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