The documents included are: the Getting Started guide (an 80-page introduction to using the shell and the MSH language supported by the Windows Monad Shell), a single-page summary of the MSH language, formatted as a tri-fold, a quick-start guide to tracing in the Windows Monad Shell, and the three Hands-On Labs from the 2005 Professional Developers Conference; “Monad Scripting”, “Building Monad Cmdlets” and “Creating Monad Providers”.
Getting Started with Monad
2005-10-04 Windows 3 Comments
What the hell does Monad stand for? Mono gonad? W00t!
Why would I want to get started with another attempt to reinvent something that already just works?
UNIX/LINUX command line is the best and has worked for HOW MANY YEARS?
Get a clue, MS.