The PowerShell Podcast From Python to PowerShell: A Developer’s Perspective with Jordan Borean


In this episode of the PowerShell Podcast, we are joined by the talented Jordan Borean. Join us as we delve into the world of PowerShell development with Jordan, exploring some of his exceptional modules that have made waves in the community. Jordan shares his unique perspective as a Python developer using PowerShell and highlights the benefits of binary modules. Dive into the details of Jordan's experience within the PowerShell community Discord, and gain insights into his journey to Red Hat, where Open Source played a pivotal role. As a bonus, discover the surprising answer to the question: If PowerShell was a song, what would it be? This episode is packed with coding wisdom, community adventures, and a touch of musical revelation.


Guest Bio and links:

I've been working in IT for around 10 years now with experience in a range of roles. Currently, I'm a programmer working on Ansible for RedHat, specializing in Windows automation. While my job is mostly working with Python I play around with PowerShell and C# mostly in my spare time and have written quite a few PowerShell modules. In my spare time, I like to spend time with my wife and dog as well as go on some bike rides around where I live. I currently specialize in network protocols like WinRM, SMB, PSRemoting, LDAP, among others, and I have written a few cross-platform clients that implement these protocols outside of Windows. I'm also quite active in the Discord community and love to help/lurk the various questions that come up there. There's always something new that I learn.


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