ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 13-March-2020

Topics include Splatting, PS7 Experimental features, VSCode and more…

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

Running PowerShell 7 Commands Directly on Ansible Localhost

by Jonathan Medd on 11th March

Jonathan updates his blog post about using ansible with PSCore to now cover PS7.

PowerShell and DevOps conference 2020

by @ravikanth on 12th March

PowerShell Conference Asia 2019 was held in Bangalore (India). It was such a great event and fun hosting it here. For the first time in the history of PowerShell Conference Asia we had 220+ PowerShell lovers at the conference.

PowerShell 7 Profile paths and locations

by singhprateik on 12th March

PowerShell v7 ships with some new shiny features, significant changes and slew of performance improvements and bug fixes, so lets just quickly go through them without going into the details before we can look into PowerShell 7 Profile

PowerShell 7 Experimental Features

by Dave Carroll on 12th March

PowerShell 7 has a new experimental feature option learn more about it.

PowerShell 7, VS Code, and the PowerShell 7 ISE Extension

by Thomas Lee on 12th March

Learn more about VS Code and how to write PS7 scripts just like you would in the ISE.

Reddit /r/PowerShell – Most Popular Weekly Post

Reddit user gets help from the community to improve a business critical script.

Tweet of the Week

Thank you for the Out-ConsoleGridView

Youtube: PowerShell Splatting How-To: I should use it more and so should you!

A quick overview of just how easy it is to use splatting and why you should do it using the New-ADUser CMDlet as an example.

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