Category: PowerShell

My Second Twitch Livestream Setup

It’s been about a month and I’m becoming more acclimated to livestreaming on Twitch. Here’s what I’ve learned.

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My First Twitch Livestream Setup

Back in December, I found Twitch and fell in love with livestreaming. It was amazing watching people code in PowerShell with blinged out profiles and cool cut screens. Whaaat, this is a thing? I love it! Getting started I jumped

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Even faster PowerShell module loading

Update: This method is faster but some anti-virus software hate it. I’ve since reverted our method of import to an all-in-one ps1 👎 Considering dbatools now has over 500 commands, we are always eager to keep an eye on the

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your code doesn’t suck

Recently, I had a couple colleagues tell me that their PowerShell code sucks. One of them is a beginner who manages a large SharePoint farm and the other is more advanced and wrote a few commands that saves me hours

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a huge thanks

Yesterday, I presented at PSPowerHour and during my intro, my iPad’s volume turned up so I got distracted when talking about something that really meant a lot to me.

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T-SQL Tuesday #104: Code I Would Hate To Live Without

Today’s blog post is part of T-SQL Tuesday. T-SQL Tuesday is the brainchild of Adam Machanic. It is a monthly blog party on the second Tuesday of each month. Everyone is welcome to participate. This month’s T-SQL Tuesday, hosted by

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TSQL Tuesday #96: Folks Who Have Made a Difference

Today’s blog post is part of T-SQL Tuesday. T-SQL Tuesday is the brainchild of Adam Machanic. It is a monthly blog party on the second Tuesday of each month. Everyone is welcome to participate. This month’s T-SQL Tuesday, hosted by

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SQL PowerShell Pros: Submit Your Abstracts for PASS Summit!

Recently, PASS announced their first round of speakers for Summit 2017 speakers and I’m on the list! I’m particularly excited because Summit is the largest SQL Server event in the world and it’s looking like PowerShell will be getting some

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