A Blogger's Guide to Getting Started with PowerShell 7
About the Book
A PowerShell community project highlighting new features in PowerShell 7 and why you should begin adopting it as your daily management tool. This ebook is an edited collection of articles published during a #PSBlogWeek event in March 2020 that focused on the release of PowerShell 7. The articles are written by members of the PowerShell community excited about everything that PowerShell 7 has to offer. The book is being offered for free. But the contributors hope you will consider making a small donation. All proceeds go to the OnRamp Scholarship Fund.
About the Contributors
Adam Bertram is a 20+ year veteran of IT and an experienced online business professional. He’s a consultant, Microsoft MVP, blogger, trainer, published author and content marketer for multiple technology companies. Catch up on Adam’s articles at adamtheautomator.com, connect on LinkedIn, or follow him on Twitter at @adbertram.
Prateek Singh is an Infrastructure Developer, an avid PowerShell blogger, and a community contributor. In 2017 and 2018, FeedSpot and SQLHack recognized his blog RidiCurious.com as among the “Top 50 PowerShell blogs in the world.” Find his open-sourced at GitHub, and reach out to him on Twitter at @singhprateik.
Prateek has written more than 250 articles on his blog and several other websites such as 4SysOps.com, IPSwitch.com, and TechTarget.com and also runs a YouTube channel. He is a published author of 3 books and contributing author of 2 Book and currently writing the 6th one, following is the complete list:
Table of Contents
- About This Book
- About OnRamp
- About The DevOps Collective
- Getting Your Hands on PowerShell 7
- PowerShell 7 Profile Paths and Locations
- PowerShell 7 Experimental Features
- Getting Started Using SSH with PowerShell
- PowerShell 7 Remoting Cleanup
- ForEach Parallel
- PowerShell 7 Changes to JSON Cmdlets
- Staying Up to Date on PowerShell Releases with Update Notifications
- PowerShell Markdown Cmdlets
- Changes to Invoke-RestMethod in PowerShell 7
- What’s New with Select-String in PowerShell7
- Running PowerShell 7 Commands Directly on Ansible Localhost
- Defining and Changing Who You Are with PowerShell Classes and Update-List
- Error Handling in PowerShell 7 with Get-Error and $Errorview
- PowerShell 7 Chain and Ternary Operators
- Exploring… Nothing? PowerShell 7’s Null Conditional Operators
- Using ANSI Escape Sequences in PowerShell
- PowerShell 7, VS Code, and the PowerShell VS Code Extension
- PowerShell 7 Cross-Platform Scripting Tips and Traps
- Release Notes
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