Here is a breakdown of all the posts and other Powershell projects that I worked on this month.
These are the projects and idea that I do on my own time for the community. Most of my personal projects are published on this blog or as a contribution on GitHub.
- Answered a call for speakers request and got myself on the list for presenting in September on my PSGraph module
- Reached out to the ATX PowerShell group to possibly give them the same presentation
- I reverse engineered the advanced features of Gherkin
- Wrote blog post on Advanced Gherkin Features
- Started working with the new graph database engine in SQL 2017 to see how I could use it with PSGraph
- Loaded my first docker local container on Windows 10
- Wrote blog post on SQL: Running SQL 2017 CTP 2.0 in Docker
- Wrote blog post on Installing remote software
- Spent a lot of time experimenting with and studying the nuances of exceptions
- Wrote blog post on Everything you wanted to know about exceptions
- Wrote blog post on All .Net 4.6 Exceptions List
- I wrote a templating process that mimics the way Plater processes template files because it reminded me of ASP classic and felt like an interesting challenge
- Tracked down an interesting bug in xRemoteFile
I also put a lot of time into Powershell projects outside of my published community efforts. Some of these are hard to explain out of context.
- Built a universal coalescing function to allow us to merge JSON documents
- Implemented a templating system for our JSON documents
- Implemented dynamic tokenizing for our JSON templates
What have you done?
I was inspired to write this post because every month the /r/Powershell community has this discussion. Please stop by and join us to share your projects. What have you done with PowerShell this month? March 2017
I did this same recap last month.