ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 28-February-2020

Topics include Subexpression, For Loops, Hyper-V and more

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

Handling PowerShell’s Versatile Subexpressions

by @vexx32 on 24th February

Subexpressions are kind of like an inline function that always gets invoked immediately. You define a set of commands that all get invoked one after another, and then PowerShell processes all the output and either stores or outputs the results

Documenting with Powershell: Documenting Hyper-V settings

by Kelvin Tegelaar on 24th February

Kelvin shares a tool which pull information from Hyper-V and turns the information into a document

Fast Folder Sizes with PowerShell

by Jeff Hicks on 25th February

Jeff shows off a tool from his PSScriptTools module that uses .Net to speed up retrieving of file sizes.

Back to Basics: The PowerShell For Loop

by June Castillote on 25th February

In this article, you will learn what the for loop in PowerShell is, understand its syntax and what makes up a for loop statement.

Reddit /r/PowerShell – Most Popular Weekly Post

u/Sunsparc discovers and explores Foreach-Object’s new Parallel parameter in PowerShell 7

Tweet of the Week

Steve Lee anouncing some big news for the GA of PowerShell 7

Youtube: Getting started with customizing lists using PnP PowerShell

Community Demo from the SharePoint Developer Community bi-weekly meeting