Another PowerShell ToDo Tool

Recently a reader, Matt Penny, shared a tip in a comment on one of my articles. He had a short and simple PowerShell function that he used to insert ToDo commands into his Pester test scripts. Although you could easily use it for other PowerShell work. Of course, I am always on the look out for … Continue reading

Introducing a PowerShell To-Do Manager

I don't know about you but I always have a PowerShell session open and find it easier to manage my day right from a prompt.  I find ways to use PowerShell whenever I can. Recently I started a project to help me manage my work and of course I created it in PowerShell.  I had been keeping daily … Continue reading

Compare PowerShell Modules

One of the attractive features in PowerShell v5 is PowerShellGet. This module includes commands which makes it easy to discover and install PowerShell modules from the Internet, or even your network. The modules are stored in online repositories. Microsoft maintains one called PSGallery. Typically … Continue reading