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The primary focus of my blog is on PowerShell. I love to learn and research ideas in PowerShell. When I find something interesting or new, I write about those discoveries.
When I cover fundamentals, my intention is that everyone walks away learning something. My coverage on hashtables gently introduces hashtables and continues on to take the topic to the most advanced details.
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PSGraph is a Powershell Module that allows you to script the generation of graphs using the GraphViz engine. It makes it easy to produce data driven visualizations.
Chronometer analyzes a script or module during execution and reports line by line execution times. It allows you to see your code coverage and where most of your execution time is spent.