Monthly Archives: July 2015

My take on the Verified Effective self-assessment.

In the latest PowerShell.org TechLetter, Don released a slimmed-down version of a retired scenario for the Verified Effective exam, which is offered at the PowerShell Summits. I decided to type up a solution for it and share my thought process. … Continue reading

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Building a hosted TeamCity server

Build.powershell.org went live on Friday!  This is something I’ve been wanting to do for months, but we had to wait for enough funding to pay for the necessary cloud compute time.  (Merci beaucoup, Chef!) I thought it might be interesting to … Continue reading

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