How do you write scripts?
PowerShell is easy to learn. Like I said in the previous post, PowerShell is among the easiest languages to learn. Now, like mentioned in the previous post, you learnt to use the pipeline, and now, you are a one-liner star....
How do you learn PowerShell?
I get asked every now and then—more so since my book—‘How did you learn PowerShell?’ or, ‘Did you self-learn or did you get trained in it?’ ‘Did you experiment?’ and ‘How long does it take to learn PowerShell enough to...
Modularity and Scalability
In the last post, Before you automate, I had promised that I will give an example of how modularity is important for scalability. I had mentioned that modularity leads to simplified scalability. I had also said that applying a little... [ScriptInside]: >_
Before you automate
As significant chunk of my work involves automation using PowerShell. I speak as an Infrastructure specialist, when I say that automation has gained a lot of traction. Automation has several benefits, such as: Reduction in human errors. Higher speed. Higher...
Service Status Monitoring using PowerShell
PowerShell is a blessing for Windows administrators. With the level of reach that PowerShell has in Windows, there is hardly anything in Windows administration that cannot be achieved using PowerShell. Recently, a colleague requested for a script that could help... [ScriptInside]: >_