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PowerScripting Podcast

Jonathan Walz, Hal Rottenberg and Ryan Yates

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The PowerScripting Podcast is for people learning and using Windows PowerShell. In each episode we bring you interviews from the heart of the PowerShell community. We also bring you tips, tricks, one-liner's and gotchas that we discover, as well as those submitted by listeners. We talk about scripting in PowerShell and ways to make your job "a little easier." We have heard PowerShell described as "the future of Windows administration" so the time to start learning it is now! Your feedback is ...
 
Welcome to Betatalks the podcast, in which we talk with friends from the development community. We chat not only about technology, but what drives them, inspires them and makes them unique. Rick and Oscar, Principal Cloud Architects at Betabit, invite developers, makers, Open Source maintainers and other amazing people from the .NET and Azure development community. Looking for more content? Have a look at our Betatalks video's.
 
Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and "applied" programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no long ...
 
Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and "applied" programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no long ...
 
TechSnips is an IT career development platform that provides free learning content (not training!) to people in information technology (IT). We provide short, 1-10 minute screencasts or snips on a range of technology-related topics like cloud computing, programming, system administration and a whole lot more.
 
Mike Walton reveals his knowledge and experience being a Systems Administrator. I want to help others get into the SysAdmin field and improve their knowledge and career. Advance your career as a Systems Administrator and enjoy a better life. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesysadminschool/support
 
Are you a cyber defender looking to keep up on the newest tools, technology, and security concepts? Then BLUEPRINT is the podcast for you! Tune in to hear the latest in cyber defense and security operations from blue team leaders and experts. With a focus on learning, BLUEPRINT includes interviews with today’s top security practitioners defending the world’s most respected brands, and in-depth explanations on the newest technologies, protocols, and defensive tools. BLUEPRINT, is a podcast ho ...
 
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Episode Summary: In this episode, we talk about Crescendo, a development accelerator that can help rapidly build PowerShell cmdlets around existing command-line tools. We also discuss coding on twitch, writing with the customer in mind, and proper documentation practices. Guest Bio and links: Steve Valdinger is a Support Manager at Chocolatey Softw…
 
On this week's episode I dive into details on what's new in the latest Windows 11 build, Microsoft Team Meetings April updates plus some worrying news about the Apple App Store and much more!Reference Links:https://www.rorymon.com/blog/episode-228-apple-app-store-integrity-questioned-epic-leads-ehrs-powershell-extension-overhaul/…
 
We talk with April Edwards, Senior Cloud Developer Advocate and DevOps practice lead at Microsoft, about her role and passion, and how great mentors help open doors for you or others. Together we reflect on some misconceptions about Microsoft, especially with regard to open source and the use of cross platform tooling, such as PowerShell. And has s…
 
On this week's episode of the podcast, I get into recent reports of the May Windows Updates causing authentication problems after being applied to Domain Controllers, I get into news of major tech companies providing financial backing to enhance open source software security and much more!Reference Links:https://www.rorymon.com/blog/episode-230-aut…
 
In Las Vegas, once again, this is the Q&A session from the SQL Server & Azure SQL Conference in April 2022. Richard moderated questions and answers from SQL luminaries, including Bob Ward, Buck Woody, Pam Lahoud, Bradley Ball, Des Fitzgerald, Davide Mauri, Rie Merritt, and Kevin Farlee. The conversation ranges over Azure SQL migration, new features…
 
Our friend in this episode is Jan de Dobbeleer, a Microsoft MVP, GitKraken Ambassador and creator of Oh My Posh. We talk about how Oh My Posh - the prompt theming engine for PowerShell and beyond - started and became so popular. What are some of the daily challenges he faces? And how did he end up here after being a watchmaker, Android phone hacker…
 
How can backups protect you from ransomware? Richard chats with Karinne Bessette about how backup technology has responded to the need for ransomware protection. Whether it's intelligent backup tape systems that automatically pop out tapes so they won't overwrite or other air-gap strategies for backups, you need to have a backup you can rely on to …
 
Episode Summary: We caught up with Jeff Hicks at the PowerShell and Global DevOps summit. He talks about how he always wanted to be a teacher and how PowerShell has helped him achieve that. We also discuss the holy trinity of PowerShell Cmdlet: Get-Help, Get-Command, and Get-Member, which will help you find the command you need, learn how to use it…
 
Can we move away from Active Directory? Richard talks to Travis Roberts about the prospect of moving organizations off of Windows Active Directory and solely onto Azure Active Directory with Microsoft Intune. Travis talks about the critical aspects of Windows Active Directory - NTLM and Kerberos. Can your organization live without them? That means …
 
We caught up with Sean Wheeler at the PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit to discuss all things documentation. We discuss why open source is an open discussion and how documentation moving to open source makes for a lot of opportunities to help contribute to the PowerShell community. We discuss the value of the PowerShell blog, and how contributing t…
 
In this episode, we interview Wendy Ramirez, who is a full scholarship student in the OnRamp program here at the PowerShell Global Summit 2022 Conference. We want to say a big thank you to Jay Adams from System Frontier for being a platinum supporter of this conference.By Mick Pletcher & Harjit Dhaliwal
 
In this funfilled and informative podcast, we interview Jason, Steven, Danny, and Sydney on the latest PowerShell developments. They cover the significant advancements made to PowerShell 7.x, while also giving excellent PowerShell security advice. A big thank you to SystemFrontier for being a platinum sponsor!…
 
Jordan and Andrew are attending the PowerShell & Global DevOps Summit in Bellevue, Washington. This summit brings together some of the most influential names in PowerShell and is a gathering place for the PowerShell community. In this episode, Jordan and Andrew give a behind-the-scenes look at the summit after hours. They chat with summit attendees…
 
CentOS has become the de facto standard operating system for many organizations since it’s basically the same thing as RHEL, rebranded and without commercial support. CentOS was originally a community project, but over time Red Hat has become more influential in its direction and has shifted it to a "Stream" model, effectively moving CentOS 8 from …
 
How do you manage the sprawl of Teams? Richard chats with Erica Toelle and John Gruszczyk about the governance of Teams, starting with allowing a bit of sprawl in the first place - people give up on tools that are too locked down. You have to leave room to explore! But once folks engage with Teams and the sprawl gets a bit out of control, there are…
 
We interview Marcus Sherfield from Tech Impact who has collaborated with PowerShell.org to help in promoting PowerShell while also giving beginners a career hand up. James Petty, the CEO of PowerShell.org, has raised more than $250,000 to help support Tech Impact, which is now in three locations across America.…
 
I hope you are ready to learn because Fred hits the ground running with information and never lets up. We cover a lot of ground on security and PowerShell, covering topics like: Constrained Language Mode (CLM), script block logging, Anti-Malware Scan Interface (AMSI) and why you should be using it, and more. We finish things up with one of Fred's f…
 
On this week's episode I give a roundup of some of the Patch Tuesday news highlights, info on some very worrying vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild and a fascinating report that exposed some video conferencing apps that were potentially eavesdropping when people were muted. For this and more check out this episode!Reference Links:https://w…
 
We all have those problem WiFi devices - how do you fix them? Richard chats with Ryan Woodings about Tonic, the latest product from MetaGeek that helps you analyze WiFi traffic by the device to understand its problems. Ryan talks about tracking WiFi-specific information, including what AP a client is connecting to and all the intimate details of Wi…
 
This episode highlights Matthew Dowst and his excellent PowerShell Weekly blogs on Dowst.dev. Then we talk about running PowerShell on remote machines and using Invoke-Command vs. Enter-PsSession. We spend a small amount of time on Just Enough Administration, allowing you to move some of your tasks to be handled by others. I finally make an error s…
 
We primarily know Tom, a former Microsoft MVP and GitHub star, for his open source work maintaining KEDA, Promitor, Kubernetes Event Grid Bridge and Azure Deprecation. In this episode, we talk about his current job at Microsoft, where he works on Azure Api Management. Next to that, we discuss all his other activities, most of which have to do with …
 
How do you keep your SQL queries fast? Richard chats with Monica Rathbun about her approaches to SQL Server query tuning. Monica starts with defining the problem - how do we know that the database is the performance bottleneck? The conversation dives into measuring query performance and the power of Query Store, but only on SQL Server 2016 and abov…
 
Episode Summary: Jess Pomfret joins us to discuss how PowerShell was the perfect tool to help her automate DBA tasks. She gives some great insight into joining the community for the first time and talks about how helpful Chrissy LeMaire was in submitting her first submission to the dbatools module. Last, we cover the importance of writing code to t…
 
Ready to flex your Bicep? Richard talks to John Downs from Azure Fast Track about configuring Azure resources using Bicep. John talks about Azure Resource Manager (ARM) being the under-the-hood way to create Azure Infrastructure-as-a-Service, but folks don't enjoy working directly in the JSON that makes up an ARM template. Enter Bicep, a domain-spe…
 
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