ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 13-November-2020

In Case You Missed It

Topics include Teams, Azure, Tic-Tac-Toe and more...

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

Introducing PSTeams 2.0 – Support for Adaptive Cards, Hero Cards, List Cards and Thumbnail Cards

by Przemyslaw Klys on 9th November
Let's look at enhancements in the Teams PS module about what type of cards that can now be sent via PowerShell.

How to Survive Refactoring a PowerShell Script from Hell.

by Adam Bertram on 10th November
If you’ve ever inherited a script or set of PowerShell scripts, you probably know the frustration. You have a specific way of coding honed over years and years of experience and you come across a… let’s say monstrosity.

Announcing PSReadLine 2.1+ with Predictive IntelliSense

by Jason Helmick on 10th November
With the latest release of PowerShell and PSReadLine Beta version, Jason walks us through how to enable and make use of predictive IntelliSense.

Announcing Az Predictor.

by Damien Caro on 11th November
The Azure PowerShell modules expose over 4,000 cmdlets and, on average, ten parameters per cmdlet. Experienced PowerShell users will find the right cmdlet and parameter to achieve their goal but this can be more complicated for casual users.

Better Performance Counters with PowerShell

by Jeff Hicks on 12th November
Jeff Hicks show us a new addition to the latest release of PSScriptTools around Performance Counters.

Reddit /r/PowerShell - Most Popular Weekly Post

u/Fireburd55 made tic-tac-toe in PowerShell and wanted to share it with the community.

Tweet of the Week

Whether you're a #PowerShell 7.0 user or a Windows PowerShell diehard, make sure to check out latest GA release of PowerShell 7.1!

Youtube: Catch Me If You Can: PowerShell Red vs Blue

A talk about how security and PowerShell interact and in some cases cause problems for each other.

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