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Wpisy i artykuły

📰 Back to Basics: PowerShell Strings – [June Castillote]

Regardless if you want to use PowerShell to concatenate strings, split strings or just about anything else, you can learn to do so in this guide!

📰 Certifications Don’t Matter But They Absolutely Do Matter

One of my favorite quotes is “Titles don’t matter, but they absolutely do matter.” Jeff Hackert said this on an Arrested DevOps episode titled Career Devops back in 2015. Titles don’t matter because they should never limit what you do, what you learn, and what you think you’re capable of. Titles do matter because titles equate to how much you’re paid. Titles are also used to recognize the experience and are the primary keywords used by recruiters when looking for candidates.

📰 How To Create An HTML Report With PowerShell – [Dan Dimalanta]

Learn how to use the PowerShell ConvertTo-HTML cmdlet and CSS to create a beautiful HTML report with PowerShell!

📰 PowerShellGallery disables support for TLS 1.0 breaking Install-Module – [Przemyslaw Klys]

A few days ago, I tried to use Install-Module on the old Windows 2008R2 system that I use for specific tasks.

To provide the best-in-class encryption to our customers, the PowerShell Gallery has deprecated Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions 1.0 and 1.1 as of April 2020. The Microsoft TLS 1.0 implementation has no known security vulnerabilities. But because of the potential for future protocol downgrade attacks and other TLS vulnerabilities.

📰 Simple file and folder transfer using Bits – [Mateusz Czerniawski]

Bits and pieces. We all heard of Bits. It’s the demo service most scripts fiddle with, when Windows services are concerned. But what it is and how we can benefit from it?

📰 A Quick Lesson in Boolean – [admin]

I often see scripts that are checking for True/False values using an If/Else statement like the one below. While this technically will work for Boolean values, there are situations where this will not work. For example, if you pass the string value of “False” to the statement above it will evaluate as True. This is […]

📰 Use cases for PowerShell Help Messages – [Luke]

Have you ever used PowerShell Help Messages? Do you know what they are for and how to implement them?

I’ll be honest. I’ve never been much of a OneDrive user. Even though I’m a great candidate given that I use multiple systems and need access to a common set of files. But for a number of reasons I’m beginning to make more of a shift to OneDrive. Part of the challenge for me has…

Skrypty, moduły PowerShell

📦 Pester v5 – release candidate 1

Pester release candidate 3 is here! 🥳 As the name suggests this release is close to final and most things that I wanted to get working actually work. 😊 This version is already stable enough to be used for new projects, and is the recommended choice if you just started learning Pester. If you own a larger project, please give it a try and report back.

Dokumentacja

📑 About Comment Based Help

Describes how to write comment-based help topics for functions and scripts.

22 Najważniejsze Wskazówki Pisania Skryptów PowerShell

Mateusz Nadobnik

Zachwycony językiem skryptowym Windows PowerShell. Swoją wiedzę, doświadczenia i spostrzeżenia opisuję na blogu.

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