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by Olivier Miossec on 23rd September
Imagine a situation where you need to download data from external sources and you need to make complex calculations and aggregations on it. You don’t know in advance the amount of data you will have and the schedule of flow during the day, more calculations and aggregations process are mono-thread. Find out how to setup this using PowerShell!
by Ricardo Calejo on 24th September
One of the things most people don’t know when creating a Group or a Team with an associated SharePoint Site, or even a new sitecollection, is that out of the box, its document libraries (or similar) have versioning enabled and supporting a maximum of 500 versions. This a cool feature, but can impact your Office365 storage quota and severely decrease its size.
by Josh King on 25th September
What the heck is a “ternary” and what’s it doing in my PowerShell?!
by Mike Battista on 26th September
A common question Windows developers have is “why doesn’t Windows have ‘INSERT FAVORITE LINUX COMMAND HERE’ yet?”. Whether longing for a powerful pager like less or wanting to use familiar commands like grep or sed, Windows developers desire easy access to these commands as part of their core workflow.
by Maarten Peeters on 26th September
Users can easily create flows in SharePoint and in their OneDrive so as a company you want to monitor and manage this behaviour. With PowerShell you can generate a list all flows that have been created and who created it. This way you can keep track on who’s building flows, which triggers and actions are users using and the current state of the flow.
.Net Core 3.0 is now released and with it new container images. By popular demand Microsoft is now including PowerShell Core as part of the .Net Core 3.0 SDK container image.
PowerShell and Emojis… say no more!
Asish Raj Discusses the ins and outs of PowerShell Modules on his PowerShell basics series.