How to Automate Finding Interesting Twitter Users
Are you on Twitter? If not, you're missing out. Twitter is the best social media platform to keep up with the fast pace of tech. But there are millions of people on Twitter. How do you track down interesting people? In this article, I'll show you how to do just at and automate it!
Getting Started with the Chocolatey Package Manager
If you're struggling with managing and maintaining software across your environment, you're in for a treat. In this article, you're going to learn all about the ubiquitous package management tool called Chocolatey. Whether you're building a DevOps pipeline, attempting to automate software deployments or an individual user wanted to speed up software installations, this article is for you.
How to Deploy and Update Azure VM Scale Sets with PowerShell
Performing an Azure VM Scale Set deployment is a great way to get autoscaling and high-availability out of the box. Azure VM Scale Sets have many baked-in features like automatically scaling to meet demand, deploying across availability zones and more.
PowerShell vs. Python: A Battle for the Ages
What's the best programming language? You might get ten different answers when asking ten different developers. In this article, we're going to compare two languages; PowerShell and Python. You will get a glimpse into each of these languages and understand how they compare and contrast in features such as syntax, availability across platforms, and more.
Get-ADObject: Reporting on Active Directory with PowerShell
Are you looking for a quick way to create an Active Directory (AD) report using PowerShell? You’ve come to the right place! In this article, you will learn how to create custom reports of user accounts in your AD environment using the Get-ADObject cmdlet.