ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 20-March-2020

Topics include Select-String, Should Process, PowerShell Summit and more…

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


by @MikeKanakos on 14th March

With PS7 Select-String has some cool changes, Mike goes over some of those changes.

PowerShell functions for which cmdlets can autocomplete properties

by ITLuke on 15th March

So you noticed that when you pipe some cmdlets to the 


 cmdlet, you can hit the TAB key and enumerate all properties of the former cmdlet. This works with other cmdlets too. Here is a non-exhaustive list

Powershell: Everything you wanted to know about ShouldProcess

by @KevinMarquette on 15th March

PowerShell functions are very robust with several features that greatly improves the way users interact with them. One important feature that is often overlooked is -WhatIf and -Confirm support and it is easy to add to your functions. In this article, we will dive deep into how to implement this feature.

Infrastructure as Code: Where Continuous Delivery All Begins

by @adbertram on 17th March

The larger the organization and team, the larger the problems. All of these issues can be eliminated or, at least, mitigated with a concept called Infrastructure as Code (IaC).

Monitoring with PowerShell: Monitoring OneDrive and Sharepoint file limits

by Kelvin Tegelaar on 20th March

Kevin shares his scripts for monitoring the amount of files in a library, to prevent issues with the OneDrive sync client.

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Youtube: PowerScripting Podcast – 334 – Glenn Sarti & Michael Lombardi

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