After several months, we are finally back. In this episode, we are talking about PowerShell news and issues with PowerShell Security.
In this episode, we discuss the latest news and a new technique on how to do two in-place upgrades using a single task sequence. With the COVID-19 pandemic, we are late getting this podcast out since we have both been swamped at work.
In this episode, we interview Jason Helmick discussing PowerShell 7, the MVP Summit, the PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit, and much more.
Here are the links to a few of the topics we discuss:
- PS Script Analyzer
- PowerShell Documentation
- How to Install PowerShell 7
- Download Visual Studio Code
- PowerShell in Visual Studio Code
- The PowerShell Best Practices and Style Guide
In this episode, we discuss the latest news and developments in the PowerShell community, which include PowerShell used in hacking, disk partitioning, PowerShell 7 developments, and some back to the basics.
Harjit and Mick discuss the big PowerShell announcements at Microsoft Ignite 2019.
This episode was recorded at the PowerShell on the River event. It is a sitdown interview with David Littlejohn and James Petty. We discuss the speakers and topics at the event, while also talking about future PowerShell events across the country. We also discuss the OnRamp program and its value to both the industry and the students.
In this episode, we have a live interview at PowerShell on the River with Amazon Evangelist Steve Roberts.
In this episode, we interview Mike Kanakos and Phil Bossman, who run the Research Triangle PowerShell User Group. We discuss the group and the upcoming PowerShell Saturday event.
We interview Wes Carroll who is a Zerto senior solutions engineer at the ZertoCON conference in Nashville, Tennessee.