I recently tried publishing a very small, simple PowerShell module to the PowerShell Gallery. I ran into a few errors that were rather cryptic. To get more debugging information, I ran Publish-Module with the -Verbose switch parameter. The main errors I noticed were as follows: Invalid URI: The format of the URI could not be determined. … Read morePowerShell Error: Publishing Module to Gallery
This morning, I received the coveted, diamond-like e-mail that most people anticipate with fervor. For the third year in a row, I have been awarded the Microsoft MVP award for contributions to the community. I very much enjoy, and am passionate, about being involved in various IT communities, locally, nationally, and across the entire world. … Read moreMicrosoft MVP Renewal: Third Consecutive Year
Office 2016 for Mac was updated on January 12th, 2016. One of the great, new features that they’ve brought into this update is the Selection Pane in PowerPoint! Moving from Windows to Mac, it was hard for me, at first, to not have this feature to help build my PowerPoint slides. Along the past few … Read morePowerPoint 2016 for Mac :: Selection Pane Added!
Vim Keyboard Shortcuts Some of you are aware that I’ve been using a Mac lately. I recently spent some time getting familiar with the vim text editor, and put together a printable quick reference PDF document of some of the common Vim keyboard shortcuts. I tested these all out on Mac OS X, with the … Read morevim Keyboard Shortcuts :: Printable PDF
Do you have a lot of large photos that you’d like to resize, to reduce upload times, and make more friendly for the web? Check out this free picture re-sizing extension for Windows! I’ve been using this on Windows 10 Enterprise RTM (Build 1024), and it works great! It’s an open source project that, as … Read moreImage Re-sizing Utility for Windows
For some time now, the PowerShell Gallery has been available, enabling the upload of PowerShell modules to a centralized repository. This repository provides an easily discoverable location from PowerShell 5.0’s PowerShellGet module. In order to install a PowerShell module in PowerShell 5.0, a user must simply type Install-Module -Name <ModuleName>. The module gallery is still … Read morePSA: Upload your PowerShell Modules!
Introduction If you’re a regular PowerShell script or module author, you’re probably accustomed to creating .NET objects using object constructors. In the Microsoft .NET Framework, each struct or class can have one or more constructors. A constructor enables the type consumer to instantiate the object using a set of zero or more input parameters, as … Read moreAuto-Complete .NET Constructor Params
Background The extremely popular video sharing service, YouTube, just announced a new gaming service today. If you’re interested in getting started with the service, this will serve as a simple guide to show you how to set up your account, install live streaming software, and start streaming your content to the world! Streaming Software There … Read moreGetting Started with YouTube Gaming
On August 26th, 2015, I delivered a presentation on deploying Azure Resource Manager (ARM) JSON templates using the ARM PowerShell module for the Microsoft Technology User Group (MTUG) in Norway. This event was coordinated by Microsoft MVP Jan Egil Ring. You can view the 1.5 hour recording of the presentation below. MTUG Script Club – … Read moreAzure Template Deployment with PowerShell :: MTUG Norway
I’ve been doing more video recordings lately, in favor of doing blog posts, and other forms of social media content sharing. Well, that doesn’t include Twitter. I’m on there way too much, and it’s a great way to share “nuggets” of information in a matter of seconds, instead of minutes or hours. It is a … Read moreKey Techniques to Record a Great Video