Ever wonder how PowerShell seems to know how to format objects? When you run
, you only see a few key properties, but a wealth of other information is available through commands like
Have you ever written a PowerShell function that you nearly always pipe to
? Wouldn’t it be nice to specify some default properties and force them into a table?
Stop by for a quick hit on how to decorate your PowerShell objects with type names and formatting, including a re-usable tool to abstract out some of the details.