Learn how to use BluebirdPS to generate and publish a #PSFollowFriday Tweet.
Wrapping up this series, we add methods and recursive capability to the ConvertTo-ClassDefinition function for this Iron Scripter challenge walk-through.
In this second part of the Iron Scripter challenge walk-through, we convert property and class names to PascalCase, detect property types, and hide properties.
Learn about PowerShell objects and classes in this first part of an Iron Scripter challenge walk-through.
A summary of 2020, including the Bad and the Good, and what I hope for 2021.
The curtains are pulled back in this look behind-the-scenes where I respond to the first public-submitted issue for PoShDynDnsApi.
A quick update on how I used PowerShell Abstract Tree Syntax to solve this Iron Scripter challenge.
Learn the basics of regular expressions and how I used them to solve this Iron Scripter challenge.
Learn about the PowerShell concepts of for and foreach loops, ForEach-Object and pipelines, and the range and modulus operators in this Iron Scripter challen...
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We wanted to cover some of the changes that demonstrate the efficacy of adopting the newest, fastest, and best PowerShell. This article focuses on the JSON c...
Learn how to write events with structured EventData.
Learn about the default PowerShell history cmdlets and concepts.
Learn basic PowerShell concepts and apply them to the beginner’s Iron Scripter challenge.
In this post, I want to give you a peek into my development process for the PoShDynDnsApi module.
Examples on how to create OUs, groups, and users with the PSGSuite PowerShell Module.
PoShDynDnsApi is an unofficial PowerShell module used to interact with Dyn Managed DNS REST API.
Recently, I was tasked to provide a GUI for a PowerShell script. Okay, I think I tasked myself, but it was an interesting foray into the .Net [System.Windows...
Originally, I used globally scoped variables for one of my modules to keep track of session data, but now I use a module variable.
While working on my PoShDynDnsApi module, I came across an issue…I checked out the ForEach-Object and saw that it supports -WhatIf and -Confirm parameters.
Download recently updated Sysinternals tools
Updatable Help on GitHub Pages with platyPS.
Clear the DNS server cache on all domain controllers.
Get unique email domains from proxyAddresses for Exchange or Azure.
Learn how to schedule the publishing of a post using the GitHub Action, Jekyll Publish Drafts, on a GitHub pages hosted site.
What technologies are used in my blog?
Greetings fellow PowerShell aficionados!…I’ve decided to start blogging about PowerShell.