#PowerShell Weekly 20150825 – The Best New PowerShell Content of the Week

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Here is a roundup of PowerShell content from this past week ordered by their social sharing volume.  I gather the most shared PowerShell content in Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

“Download SysCtr TP3 evaluation VHD´s with PowerShell”
Earlier this week Microsoft released Windows Server Technical Preview 3 and System Center Technical Preview 3 to the masses.

Publish date: 8/22/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
10 4 3 0

“Fishing for PowerShell: Leveraging Get-Command and Show-Command”
During my recent summer vacation, I spent some time fishing with my son, who’s an avid fisherman and takes it much more seriously than I do. As we meandered around the lake on the boat, I started thinking that fishing is as much hunting for the right spot or some clue as to where the fish might be. Granted, knowing where to look for these clues takes a lot of experience. And because I’m never truly on vacation, I started thinking about how this might apply to someone learning PowerShell. If you want to know where the fish are, you need to know where to look. Fortunately, PowerShell has a few spots where you can find answers, and I’m happy to share them.

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
14 4 2 2

“PowerShell -Like vs -Contains Comparison Operators | 9to5IT”

Publish date: 8/23/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
1 1 2 0

“Get the Logitech PowerShell Game Controller with Battery for iPhone 5/5s/iPod touch for just $9 – What’s On Iphone”
At some point during your PowerShelling career you will need to test if “something” is found (or not found) within a certain object. I find that I am usually faced with this situation when I am testing if a string “contains” a value or not.

Publish date: 8/25/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
8 2 0 0

“Increase CRM Activity Feed Follow Limit through PowerShell”
When a user “follows” a CRM record, they are able to see posts about that record on their personal wall. This wall contains posts about the records the user is following, posts regarding the user themselves, or posts that mention the user. Today’s blog describes how you can increase the activity feed follow limit per user for a CRM on-premises deployment using Windows PowerShell. Let’s get started!

Publish date: 8/24/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
3 0 0 0

“Share Powershell Profiles and Modules accross multiple Computers”
With OneDrive we have a possibility to sync several kind of content between a local computer and the cloud. I put my scripts under development in a OneDrive Folder and have the possibility to work on them from any system that i have access to.

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
2 0 0 0

“PowerShell Conference Singapore – SharePoint Track”

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
1 0 0 0

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