ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 15-May-2020

Topics include Github Actions, PS7, Network Monitoring and more…

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

Get-History

by Xajuan Smith on 11th May

If you don’t know your history you are bound to repeat your mistakes. Xajuan suggests you Get-History and learn from your past.

Publish a Post for a Jekyll Site on a Schedule

by Dave Carroll on 11th May

Learn how to use Github Actions to schedule updates to your Jekyll site. If you’ve never used Github Actions this is a great walkthrough.

PowerShell 7 Video Series

by @sydneysmithreal on 11th May

The PowerShell Team put together a series of videos explaining and demoing aspects of the release. The intent of these videos was for User Groups to host events celebrating and discussing PowerShell 7

A PowerShell Network Monitor

by @JeffHicks on 12th May

Build a Network Monitor inside of PowerShell to see data in/out of your network interfaces.

The most useful PowerShell cmdlet I didn’t know existed

by Michael Niehaus on 13th May

Sometimes I should probably pay more attention. I use PowerShell a lot. I use Windows 10 a lot. But I still missed these.

Reddit /r/PowerShell – Most Popular Weekly Post

Memes

Tweet of the Week

#PowerShell 7.0.1 and #PowerShell Core 6.2.5 are out!

Youtube:Technado, Ep. 151: Microsoft’s Jeffrey Snover

Jeffrey Snover, the father of PowerShell, was this week’s guest on Technado. He talked about where the original idea came from, as well as what he’s working on now at Microsoft.

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