Monthly Archives: September 2014

Learning to Apply Cryptography

Working on the ProtectedData module has been quite a learning experience for me. The purpose of that module is to provide an API for PowerShell scripters which can be just as simple to use as the Data Protection API – … Continue reading

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Proxy Functions for Cmdlets with Dynamic Parameters

While working on an update for Pester today, I had to tackle an interesting problem. Pester’s mocking framework was not working well for commands that use dynamic parameters. What Pester essentially does, when you mock a function or Cmdlet, is … Continue reading

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