PowerShell is a must have skill for a developer or system administrator working in the Microsoft ecosystem, but not only. With the release of the version 7 of PowerShell Core, the improvements and new features make more us more powerful to to what we need to be do for our clients.
The PowerShell team announced PowerShell 7 here. PowerShell 7 is now built on .NET Core 3 and brings back many APIs required by modules built on .NET Framework, so now they work with .NET Core runtime and PowerShell 7 ! This is a huge improvement for what we can do with PS.
Here is how you can install and update PowerShell Core 7 on Windows and Linux (preview) from officiel documentation :
Note : If you install a previous version of PowerShell Core (PS6 for example) and you use –Quiet option, it will fail to install PS7. In that case, remove the –Quiet option and follow the installer UI instructions.
2. To launch a PSC7 instance, either right click in a directory ‘PowerShell 7 > Open here’ or just type ‘pwsh’ :
Visual Studio Code is one of the most active project on Github for Microsoft developers community. VS Code spread around the developer world like black powder and brings for a lots of different skilled professionals and amateurs a best of bread code editor.
Event if the project brings a lot of new feature on a monthly based release, something there is a new feature that provide far more power to developers, and Live Share one of them.
When you are doing conferences and presentations to other people, you need a great tool to capture your screens and voice. I tried a lot of softwares, most of them are free and/or open source but no one give me exactly what I was looking for : a light footprint when operating screen capture (it’s a mess when your system slow down just cause you are screencasting), powerful in terms of features and options to capture your work, with a real editor and bug free (not crashing during working and wasting your time) ! I' don’t have a big expectation but a lots of softwares just deceive me, that’s why I wasn’t able to share my presentations from the last Docker meetup.
Being an MVP is a cool thing : you can share with a lot of people, sharing your tools and knowledges. During a conversation with a buddy of mine, he recommends me the ONE tool you need for your next presentations ! From years now, Techsmith is providing Camtasia to professionals and I decided to try it ! I can just truely recommend you to give it a try here : https://www.techsmith.com/ and share your next presentations.