Topics include WPF GUIs, BitLocker and LAPS reporting, more APIs, and tips from a consultant.
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, and Mark Roloff.
by Dom Ruggeri on July 6th
For those interested in dipping their toes into creating GUIs with PowerShell, Dom has started a great series covering his approach to keeping the GUI elements organized and wiring them up to some code.
by Adam Bertram on July 11th
Perhaps to celebrate migrating his blog to the Ghost platform, Adam explores how to work with the service’s REST API via PowerShell.
by Przemyslaw Klys on July 11th
Need a presentable report for management? This fun script will put one in your hands. Or, take some time to poke at it and learn some cool new tricks with collecting data.
by Prateek Singh on July 11th
If you’re using the
types.ps1xml to format how your objects are displayed, here are a few different ways to define your object typename.
Quantum chemistry your thing? We stumbled across a portion of MS’s Quantum Development Kit that integrates a little functionality with our favorite language.
Youtube: Lessons from the field: How an IT consultant uses PowerShell to get the job done with David Stein
Presenting to the Research Triangle PowerShell User Group, David gives a glimpse into how PS has changed the landscape of his job as a consultant.