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#PSTip Convert PowerShell Data File to an Object

#PSTip Convert PowerShell Data File to an Object

Note: This tip requires PowerShell 4.0 or later. Before PowerShell 4.0, if we had to convert the hash table in a PSD1 file into an object representation, we either used… Read more »

PowerShell Location Bookmark for Easy and Faster Navigation

PowerShell Location Bookmark for Easy and Faster Navigation

I work at the command line most of the time and sometimes I find moving to certain folders very tedious and requires lot of typing (even with tab-completion). For example, one of… Read more »

Comparing commands between PowerShell versions

Comparing commands between PowerShell versions

In the article Decoding PowerShell build numbers, I stated the need to have some form of reference to what the various PowerShell build numbers means: As stated in that article,… Read more »

Survey: PowerShell DSC Composite Resources

Survey: PowerShell DSC Composite Resources

While at the PowerShell Conference EU, we had some very good discussions around PowerShell and PowerShell DSC. A few questions came up about DSC composite resources and how they are… Read more »

Decoding PowerShell build numbers

Decoding PowerShell build numbers

There are several ways to determine what version of Windows PowerShell you are running on a computer. The most common technique is to use the $PSVersionTable automatic variable: Here, we can see the… Read more »

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 »

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