ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 20-December-2019

Topics include New PowerShell in the old ISE, Azure DevOps, Automating Twitter, and Searching Bing with PowerShell to creat a Word Cloud.

Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, and Kevin Laux.

Using PowerShell Core 6 and 7 in the Windows PowerShell ISE

by Adam Driscoll on 15th December

You probably should be using VSCode, but if you're not heres a great post on using PowerShell Core 6 and PowerShell 7 in PowerShell ISE.

Azure Devops for PowerShell

by Josh King on 15th December

This is a great step by step of using Azure DevOps to manage and test your PowerShell code.

How to Automate Following Interesting Twitter Users

by Adam Bertram on 17th December

Adam shows you how to use the PSTwitterAPI module to scour twitter and find some interesting people to follow.

PowerShell Web Search and Generating Word Cloud from Results

by Prateek Singh on 18th December

This is a quick fun blog post to demonstrate how to perform a programmatical web search (A Bing search! 😎) and create a word cloud using the preview snippets

Automatically Forward All-Company Meetings to New Hire Calendars Using Graph API

by Ash K. on 19th December

How many times are all company meetings not given to new starters? Well no more using the Graph API.

Reddit /r/PowerShell - Most Popular Weekly Post

When someone finds some PowerShell in an episode of Mr. Robot it becomes the top post of the week.

Youtube: PSS: Why you Should be Using PSReadline Every Day with Jeffery Hayes

Jeffery goes into detail about the PSReadline Module. PSReadline is a improvement to the command line interface, providing colored syntax, history, and much more. Learn how to make PSReadline a powerful tool in your PowerShell arsenal.

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