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How to add a new functionality to the Visual Studio Code PowerShell extension

How to add a new functionality to the Visual Studio Code PowerShell extension

Visual Studio Code is a free code editor redefined and optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications. It supports extensions for adding additional languages, themes, debuggers, commands,… Read more »

PowerShell Conference Europe Speakers and Sessions

PowerShell Conference Europe Speakers and Sessions

PowerShell is not just a simple little script automation language anymore. It has transitioned into true DNA for Microsoft server technology, and with workflows and DSC forms the platform for… Read more »

DevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC: The Introduction

DevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC: The Introduction

Posts in this seriesDevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC: The Introduction DevOps is the new cool thing (at least in the Windows world) everyone is talking about and the… Read more »

PowerShell DSC Resources to Configure Switch Embedded Teaming and NAT Switch in Windows Server 2016

PowerShell DSC Resources to Configure Switch Embedded Teaming and NAT Switch in Windows Server 2016

Earlier this year, I released a bunch of DSC resources packaged as cHyper-V resource module. The resources are focused on configuring Hyper-V networking. For example, you can use the resources… Read more »

Pester Explained: Describe, Context, and It Blocks

Pester Explained: Describe, Context, and It Blocks

This article is a part of a larger series on Pester. Last time, we looked at how assertions work in theory, and how they are implemented in Pester. This gave… Read more »

Pester Explained: Should

Pester Explained: Should

This article is a part of a larger series on Pester. Last time we looked at the theory of assertions and what mechanisms they use to fail our tests. We’ve… Read more »

Pester Explained: Introduction and Assertions

Pester Explained: Introduction and Assertions

This article is a part of a larger series on Pester. I always found the word framework intimidating. It’s probably because my first encounter with the word was in .NET… Read more »

The case of potentially broken PackageManagement for Windows 10 Insiders

The case of potentially broken PackageManagement for Windows 10 Insiders

I’ve been running in the Windows Insiders fast ring since it was incepted and went from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 November update with all the insider builds in between…. Read more »

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