I’m one of those that always preferred to use the alias ls instead of dir for Get-ChildItem. In the beginning I mixed them up, but when I started using Linux more and more I liked that I could use the same command for the same thing in both PowerShell and bash.
Enter PowerShell 6, available to run on Linux and suddenly ls is not the same as ls anymore! (more…)
If you have ever customized your PowerShell prompt you have probably had a need (or wish) for a function to “intelligently” shortening the current path. I have written a bunch of functions for this and decided to expand on my earlier versions and release it to the PowerShell Gallery. (more…)
Most of you have probably used the PowerShell Package Management cmdlets to download modules from the PowerShell Gallery. Some may even have used it to download software from Chocolatey. In this blog post I’m going to show you how to configure it to be able to download packages from NuGet. (more…)