Topics include Subexpression, For Loops, Hyper-V and more
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux
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
by Kelvin Tegelaar on 24th February
Kelvin shares a tool which pull information from Hyper-V and turns the information into a document
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.
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.
u/Sunsparc discovers and explores Foreach-Object’s new Parallel parameter in PowerShell 7
Steve Lee anouncing some big news for the GA of PowerShell 7
Community Demo from the SharePoint Developer Community bi-weekly meeting