ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 27-March-2020

Topics include Switch Statements, Try Catch, Python and more…

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

Use cases for the new null coalescing operator in PowerShell 7

by Luc on 22nd March

Tips and use cases for the new null coalescing operator in PowerShell 7.

Getting into Python by Referencing PowerShell

by @SOZDBA on 23rd March

Trying to break his PowerShell dependency Shane shares an example for a script he wrote in both Python and PowerShell.

Back to Basics: Understanding the PowerShell Switch Statement

by https://twitter.com/@junecastillote|@junecastillote> on 25th March

In this article, you will learn what the PowerShell switch statement is, understand its syntax and how it works.

Monitoring with PowerShell: monitor and enabling WOL for HP, Lenovo, Dell

by @KelvinTegelaar on 26th March

Kevin shares a script he wrote to detect if machines are setup for wake on LAN, and another script to enable WOL if it’s not already enabled.

#PS7Now Ebook Available

by @JeffHicks on 26th March

With the PowerShell 7 release Jeff Hicks hosted a weeks worth of blogs and compiled into a leanpub ebook that is now available, check it out.

Tweet of the Week

Michael T Lombardi shares his book for free or a voluntary donation!

Reddit /r/PowerShell – Most Popular Weekly Post

https://www.reddit.com/user/Arcontar/|u/Arcontarshares a tutorial on setting up WVD in Azure for remote workers using PowerShell.

Youtube: Tools: Build your first Serverless App in Azure in under 60 minutes!

RTPSUG got into Azure serverless with a presentation from Jeremy Brown.