I recently bought a Govee lamp for my desk, which I can control using my Google Home Assistant. But... It also has API support. 🙂 In this blog post, I will show you how to control it using PowerShell in a Function to turn it Red, Orange, or Green so you can use it for a visual outcome of your PowerShell script.
There are a few PowerShell EventLogs and some files containing your PowerShell history and the commands, script blocks, etc., that you have used. This can be very helpful if your computer or servers are hacked at your office. Or, if you just want to check things 😉 In this blog post, I will show you how to retrieve all those events locally and remotely and save those in an Excel sheet.
You can install Visual Studio code on your device (Windows/Mac/Linux), but you can also use it from within your browser. In this blog post, I will show three ways to start your Visual Studio Code session.
I listen to podcasts often, but I also view a lot on YouTube or other channels... But being in one, that's something else 🙂 In this blog post, I will post the ones I was in this year. They are all PowerShell related, but I guess you already knew that 😀
Looking back at the scripts I created the last year, certain things always come back in most of them. In this blog post, I will show you a few and explain them.