I think this is probably my all-time favorite PowerShell prank, the PowerShell RickRoll.
Just saw a great video series from Microsoft on deploying VMs utilizing PowerShell and Azure Resource Manager Templates, definitely worth a watch.
In his article, Don’t like PowerShell? Get Over It And Get On With It, Jeff Hicks covers the reasons why PowerShell will soon be essential to a career in Windows systems administration. You don’t have to be a master scripter, but … Continue reading
Quick survey on how you use cmd.exe – https://illumeweb.smdisp.net/collector/Survey.ashx?Name=cmdexe_Daily_Use_Open.
India’s first PowerShell Based User Group, the New Delhi PowerShell User Group, has published a fun article on using the Speech Application Programming Interface (SAPI). Useful for custom alerts and, of course, pranking coworkers.
PSCookieMonster (Warren Frame), has a great write-up on why you should switch to PowerShell for your automation needs, highly recommended.
Michael Sorens discusses the most common PowerShell pitfalls that experienced programmers run into and how to avoid them.
RamblingCookieMonster has a great article available for getting started with GitHub, specifically with PowerShell projects. I think that Git is completely required for serious scripting / development work. If you’ve never used it, check out this great, interactive tutorial at Code … Continue reading
The awesomely named Boe Prox wraps up PSBlogWeek with a great look at using Try / Catch in your PowerShell Advanced Functions. This post helped me to understand some of the intricacies of using Try / Catch within Advanced Functions. … Continue reading
June Blender has a great contribution for #PSBlogWeek, discussing not only Advanced Help for Advanced Functions, but also a better way of designing and creating specifications for your PowerShell functions.