I’m happy to let everyone know that my latest Pluralsight course is now available. “Your First Day with PowerShell” is a short course targeted at the absolute PowerShell beginner.
I wanted to be there as it were as you started your very first day learning and using PowerShell. My goal was to be with you virtually, and guide you through how you should spend your first hours with PowerShell. If you’ve decided to set out on the journey, I wanted to make sure you head off in the right direction and not on your own. You can check out a short overview clip here.
Clearly, you aren’t going to learn PowerShell in 90 minutes and you should watch this course in conjunction with some of the other PowerShell fundamentals courses. For those of you who have already watched the course, thank you. I’ve received plenty of nice comments.
Now I’d better get back to work on the next one!
I’m very excited to tell you about this latest effort from Pluralsight. A few months ago I sat down with Don Jones, and we recorded a live course on getting started with PowerShell. The finished product has finally been released. Over the course of about an hour we talk about taking an idea or task and accomplishing it with PowerShell. The video is unrehearsed and often spontaneous. It was a lot of fun to do and I think you’ll find it entertaining and informative.
If you are a Pluralsight subscriber head over here and let me know what you think.
This Thursday, February 26, I will be doing a live Twitter chat from 12PM to 1PM EST. The topic is DevOps but I’m sure we’ll talk about PowerShell and automation in general. Use hashtag #DevOpsChat to submit questions and follow along. You can follow me on Twitter as @JeffHicks. I hope you’ll join me.
I am so happy to announce that my first course under the Pluralsight badge has been released. My latest course is titled PowerShell v4 New Features. This course is aimed at IT Pros with previous experience using PowerShell, especially PowerShell v3. The course runs just under 3 hours (although it felt much longer than that while preparing it 🙂 ) and covers just the new bits that have changed from v3 including an introduction to Desired State Configuration (DSC). I provide enough information to get you started.
If you need to get caught up on v3 first, you can find my other courses on my author page. I hope you find my new course helpful.