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Working with binary files in PowerShell

Working with binary files in PowerShell

This article is co-authored by Jan Egil Ring and Øyvind Kallstad. In this article, we will look at how binary files can be interpreted in PowerShell by looking at a… Read more »

Infrastructure Blueprints – An Easier and Better Way to Share #PSDSC Configurations

Infrastructure Blueprints – An Easier and Better Way to Share #PSDSC Configurations

A while ago, I wrote an article to introduce Infrastructure Blueprints. Today’s post is about a more refined version of that project. These infrastructure blueprints are the starting point for… Read more »

PSRemotely – Framework to Enable Remote Operations Validation

PSRemotely – Framework to Enable Remote Operations Validation

Before we get started with what is PSRemotely, here is some background. As part of my work in an engineering team, I am tasked with writing scripts which will validate… Read more »

PowerShell Conference EU 2017 – Speakers and Sessions

PowerShell Conference EU 2017 – Speakers and Sessions

Modern administrators are responsible for business-critical automation, influence IT architectural design, and are a crucial part of corporate security both in daily operations and in conceptual planning. PowerShell is the… Read more »

#PSTip Tab complete properties

#PSTip Tab complete properties

Tab completion is a well-known feature in PowerShell, which speeds up the process of typing and reduces the risk for typing mistakes. The feature can autocomplete things like nouns and… Read more »

What is new in cHyper-V PowerShell DSC Resource Module?

What is new in cHyper-V PowerShell DSC Resource Module?

I just finished testing and publishing the cHyper-V PowerShell DSC resource module to the PowerShell Gallery. I took some time to make changes to this module–fix bugs and add new… Read more »

Azure DevTest Labs Artifact for Installing PowerShell on Linux

Azure DevTest Labs Artifact for Installing PowerShell on Linux

Update: The PowerShell on Linux artifact is now available in official Azure DTL artifact repository. Bartek and Ben have written a great introduction article on open source PowerShell. I have… Read more »

Open source PowerShell on Windows, Linux, and OS X!

Open source PowerShell on Windows, Linux, and OS X!

This article was co-authored by Bartek Bielawski and Ben Gelens. Windows PowerShell is a powerful tool, but it always had one very serious limitation: it was possible to run it… Read more »

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