The Popular Week of PowerShell Blogging is back! #PSBlogWeek

Back by popular demand is the week-long coordination of blog posts on a single PowerShell topic known as #PSBlogWeek! This week, 5 hand-picked bloggers will be writing informative content around the topic of logging.

The daily schedule for this week is as follows:

Monday (Jason Wasser @wasserja) – Building Readable Text Log Files
Tuesay (Thom Schumacher @driberif) – Slicing and Dicing Text Log Files
Wednesday (Jaap Brasser @jaap_brasser) – PowerShell Logging in the Windows Event Log
Thursday (Adam Platt @platta) – Reading Events from Event Logs
Friday – (Adam Bertram @adbertram) – Building Logs for CMTrace

A big thanks to June Blender (@juneb_get_help) for her help in editing these posts.

If you’d like to download an eBook containing a nicely laid out compilation of all the content provided this week, head over to to snag a copy. Feel free to share it wherever you’d like. Consider it public domain.

If you missed our last #PSBlogWeek, download the eBook to bone up on everything you need to know about PowerShell advanced functions.

About Adam Bertram

Adam Bertram is a 20-year veteran of IT and experienced online business professional. He’s an entrepreneur, IT influencer, Microsoft MVP, blogger, trainer and content marketing writer for multiple technology companies. Adam is also the founder of the popular IT career development platform TechSnips. Catch up on Adam’s articles at, connect on LinkedIn, or follow him on Twitter at @adbertram or the TechSnips Twitter account at @techsnips_io.

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