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New feature in Pester 3.0:  Code Coverage metrics

New feature in Pester 3.0: Code Coverage metrics

Introduction I have a confession to make… I don’t actually practice TDD or BDD yet. I see the value of having unit tests, but I’ve been writing scripts for so many… Read more »

#PSTip Replacing special characters

#PSTip Replacing special characters

Once upon a time I answered Stack Overflow question about easy way to replace ‘special’ characters with something ‘web safe’. I answered question with the following code: My answer was… Read more »

DSC Resource Kit Wave 6 is here!

DSC Resource Kit Wave 6 is here!

Windows PowerShell team published a new wave of DSC Resource Kit. It is Wave 6! This wave contains four new resources: xChrome – Helps installing Chrome browser xFirefox – Helps… Read more »

Managing PCIe SSD devices in VMware ESXi by using PowerCLI cmdlets

Managing PCIe SSD devices in VMware ESXi by using PowerCLI cmdlets

PCIe Solid State Disk (SSD) devices provides higher IOPS and great sequential read/write speeds. These devices need to be configured before they can be used for Virtual Machine (VM) storage. In… Read more »

Azure PowerShell Tools 0.8.7 is available

Azure PowerShell Tools 0.8.7 is available

Just a few hours ago, Azure PowerShell Tools version 0.8.7 was released. This release includes enhancements to the existing cmdlets. Here is what’s updated in this release: Updated Newtonsoft.Json dependency… Read more »

Bartek Bielawski joins PowerShell Magazine editorial board

Bartek Bielawski joins PowerShell Magazine editorial board

I am very happy to announce that Bartek Bielawski joined the PowerShell Magazine editorial board. Bartek is a multi-year recipient of Microsoft MVP award for Windows PowerShell. Bartek works at… Read more »

#PSTip Taking control of verbose and debug output, part 5

#PSTip Taking control of verbose and debug output, part 5

Note: This tip requires PowerShell 3.0 or later. In the final part of the series, we will combine everything we’ve found out so far and create a tool that will… Read more »

#PSTip Taking control of verbose and debug output, part 4

#PSTip Taking control of verbose and debug output, part 4

Note: This tip requires PowerShell 3.0 or later. PowerShell commands, both advanced and simple, can work with the pipeline. The difference is that in the simple commands access to pipeline… Read more »

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