Collectively, we would like to thank Linda Harrison and Paul Reese at Wiley for being so patient with our drivel; oftentimes, we're sure it felt more like babysitting than publishing. We would also like to thank Marco Shaw for putting the four of us together. Finally, thanks to Pete Zerger and Aaron Nelson for their amazing contributions to this work.
— THOMAS LEE, KARL MITSCHKE, MARK E. SCHILL, AND TOME TANASOVKI
I'd like to say thanks to Jeffrey Snover, one of the most inspiring people I have ever met. His vision, combined with his presentation and technical skills, continue to inspire me on a near-daily basis. I'd also like to say a huge thank you to the entire Windows PowerShell development team — an utterly amazing group of incredibly talented people. You have all made Windows PowerShell a reality! And no book would be complete without our fantastic team at Wiley. Thanks to Paul Reese, and a double thanks to superstar editor Linda Harrison.
— THOMAS LEE
I'd like to thank all the pioneers in Windows PowerShell. I'd be nowhere without following in the footsteps of Brandon Shell, Shay Levy, Marc van Orsouw, Glen Scales, and of course, who could forget Jeffrey Snover and Lee Holmes? You've all been an inspiration to me, and I am sure I have forgotten more people than I've mentioned. For this, I'm sorry.
Marco Shaw gets a special thanks, as it was he who first pushed me into creating a blog, and then into working on this book. Thanks, Marco!
Of course, without my ...