Tuesday, January 15, 2013
I was speaking to a couple of people recently about a book I read recently called "Getting things done" by David Allen.
It is a very good read but basically it's a "program" you follow in order to get all your "todo" lists into one place and how to manage your tasks.
I have run into the problem a couple of times where it's not "easy" to add a reference to System.Management.Automation in order to execute PowerShell scripts from .NET code. I found a way around it which works for simple scenarios where you might just want to execute some script and read the standard output plus error output.