Max Trinidad

Max
Trinidad

Max Trinidad is a SQL Server developer and has been a PowerShell MVP since 2008. He has worked with legacy systems, network infrastructures, and databases since 1979.

Articles
Using SQL Server Management Objects with PowerShell
With PowerShell and SQL Server Management Objects (SMO), you can create powerful scripts to document and manage your SQL Server instances.

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