When you think of PowerShell, what comes to mind? Scripts? Probably. Of course, one of PowerShell's core focuses is about scripting; the other is a great shell.
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PowerShell 5.x is soon being replaced. Once the official version of PowerShell Core 6.0 is deployed into production, we can get more details about the future.
Don’t ever assume that code is obvious. Write your PowerShell code like you're writing it for your grandma.
A detailed guide on creating a FTP script in PowerShell to move files between servers.
Adam the Automator describes taking the leap from being a PowerShell guy to learning a new scripting language in Python.
Not quite sure how functions work in Python? We've got you covered, here's a guide to get you started.
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To kick off our series on Python from a PowerShell guy’s perspective, the first thing we have to do is install Python.