I like using Visual Studio Code as my PowerShell script editor, but alternative editors exist. The built-in PowerShell ISE is usually there for you on Windows, but there's a nice PowerShell module that you can use called PSEdit. In this blog post, I will show you how to use that as an alternative to VSCode.
You often repeat certain standard things when writing scripts in Visual Studio Code. Wouldn't it be nice if we could simplify that? This blog post will show you how to use VSCode Snippets to your advantage!
I had to check many log files of an Exchange 2016 server to see which clients or applications were on which Exchange Send Connector and what emails were being received on which Receive Connector. A nice thing to do using PowerShell 🙂 This blog post will show you how to get a simple overview of the logs.
I wrote blog posts about how to use an API for Slack and Twitter messages, but... Mastodon is also there now, and I thought... Ok, can I Toot in Mastodon using PowerShell? This blog post will show you how 😉
I like using MarkDown to format text and Obsidian to save my notes, and sometimes you want to export the output from cmdlets or scripts for future reference. This blog post will show you how to easily save that output to a new or existing MarkDown file.