ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 12-June-2020

Topics include Jekyll, Documentation, Scripting Challenges and more…

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

A small blog on how to start in PowerShell on this boring #FridayEvening enjoy

by Sonny on 6th June

Sonny explains on why, how and where to start learning powershell.

Documenting with PowerShell: Documenting Microsoft Teams

by Kelvin Tegelaar on 7th June

Kelvin shares his script for documenting Teams using Graph API.

ForEach-Object and its scriptblocks

by Sergey Vasin on 9th June

Detailed description of the Foreach-Object cmdlet

How to Create a Static Website Using Jekyll and Publish to GitHub Pages for Free

by June Castillote on 9th June

Great tutorial on setting up a Jekyll page on github, these pages can be used to highlight your PowerShell code or start your own blog.

Solving the PowerShell Object Age Challenge – Part 1

by @JeffHicks on 9th June

Jeff describes how he worked out a solution to the Object Age Challenge on Iron Scripter.

Auto-Learning Argument Completion

by Tobias Weltner on 12th June

Argument completion is awesome for a user because valid arguments are always suggested. Many built-in PowerShell commands come with argument completion.

Reddit /r/PowerShell – Most Popular Weekly Post

A thread on fun scripting challenges to help you get better at scripting.

Tweet of the Week

PowerShell 7.0.2 is our latest stable version and is out!

Youtube: Don Jones – Shell of an Idea Exploring the Origins of PowerShell

Join Don and tale a deep look in to the untold history of PowerShell, a topic he’s been exploring for his upcoming book, “Shell of an Idea: The Untold History of PowerShell”

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