Topics include filtering speed increase, PoshBot, error handling and more!
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux.
by Tony Redmond on 7th September
A neat little investigation by Tony Redmond into the benefits of using the .NET where method as opposed to the PowerShell Native Where-Object command.
by Caroline Chiari on 8th September
See some things that Caroline finds helpful on the command line and maybe learn something new in the process!
by Robin Dadswell on 9th September
An exploration into a vital part of migrating away from Basic Authentication for Exchange Online
by Adam Bertram on 9th September
To ensure we set up a net to catch all of the errors that are bound to happen, it’s important to understand error handling. Error handling is a concept in all programming languages that outlines steps, procedures and code that’s written to intelligently capture errors and do something about them. PowerShell is no different.
A discussion about Advanced Functions and should you learn about them
#PowerShell 7.1-preview.7 is out! This will be our last preview (unless there’s a major issue) before our Release Candidate!
Module Monday is a video series where I look at a cool PowerShell module each Monday. This Monday, I looked at PoshBot. PoshBot is a chat bot built with PowerShell. It allows you to issue you commands from your chat client, schedule jobs, trigger messages on events and more! Upgrade your ChatOps!