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  1. I'm Josh Duffney and This is How I Work

    Where are you located? Omaha, Nebraska What is/are your current gig(s)? DevOps Engineer at Paylocity 100% Remote! Pluralsight author Blogger duffney.io Omaha PowerShell User Group Co-Leader What’s one word to describe your work? Exciting What apps, software, or tools can’t you live without? PowerShell, Visual Studio Code, Slack, Cmder, Github, Twitter, and hummm PowerShell. What does your workspace look like? What’s a typical workweek look like? Morning A typical workweek for me starts at around...…


  2. Doubling My Salary a PowerShell Story

    I’ve seen tweets like this before and have even heard compelling stories about how a sys admin learned PowerShell and then got a 10% raise. Hearing stuff like this is always motivating to me, but it’s not only motivating it’s now a reality for me. The same day this tweet went out, I received an offer that has doubled my salary! Now, I’ll admit the offer didn’t double my current salary, but it has doubled...…


  3. A Practical Guide for Using Regex in PowerShell

    Introduction In this blog post you’ll learn severals ways to use regular expression from within PowerShell. You’ve most likely used some of these techniques before. Such as the -match operator or the select-string cmdlet, but probably weren’t aware you were using regular expression. This post will not teach you how to craft complex regular expressions. Instead it focuses on how to use them in PowerShell to find matches, replace text, and to split on matches....…


  4. Create Jenkins JNLP Scheduled Tasks with PowerShell

    In this post, you will learn how to create a scheduled task with PowerShell that connects a Jenkins slave to the master with JNLP. This is just one of several ways to connect a Jenkins slave to a Jenkins master, but I’ve found it to be the most reliable method. Before I begin I am assuming a few things. I’m assuming you have already added the node to Jenkins and that you’ve copied over the...…


  5. Splatting Parameters Inside Advanced Functions

    In Windows PowerShell terms, splatting is a way of bundling parameters to send to a command. Don Jones 2011 Splatting is most often used when providing parameters and their values to a cmdlet in the form of a hashtable. The main benefit of splatting is that it makes the code more aesthetic. They make it cleaner and easier to read. In this post, you’ll learn how to splat parameters inside advanced functions. Advanced Functions without...…