I published a post about how to work with parameter defaults in PowerShell over on the ScriptRunner blog.
The Null-Coalescing Operator
A closer look at the null-coalescing operator and how it can help us in writing smarter, more concise scripts.
Today we take a closer look at the null-coalescing operator and how it can help us in writing smarter, more concise scripts.[Read More]
My first ever product
Delete Your Old VMware Snapshots
How To Find With PowerShell
Finding files, do I even need to describe how important this is?
Finding files, do I even need to describe how important this is?[Read More]
Looking back at 2020, Four Months Of Blogging
A look back on four months of blogging and engaging the PowerShell community
My Stand On Affiliate Links
What I think about affiliate links
Super-Charged Cmdlet Aliases
It works like magic, but it works - Bring your aliasing to a whole other level!
Linked: Powershell Aliasing
A deep dive into aliasing with PowerShell
Why You Want To Install PowerShell On Windows
Why installing PowerShell on Windows may actually be a good idea
Q: Wait a minute! Don’t I already have PowerShell?
A: Yes. However you may want to continue reading because things are never as simple as they appear.[Read More]
Collections and Randomization
Randomize Collections in PowerShell
Randomizing a collection is useful in a variety of situations and in most languages it is fairly straight forward.[Read More]
How To Grep With PowerShell
It's just like Bash, but more powerful!
Filtering data, from log or config files to data returned by an api, is an important operation to remove noise from it and make further analysis possible.[Read More]
How To Tail With PowerShell
How to replace tail in PowerShell
Printing the last or first, few lines of a file is a common operation in day to day operations.
On Linux most people will, without thinking twice, use
tail and it’s counterpart
head to achieve this.