Weekly Content Update – July 15th, 2016

Art of Shell Training Course - Introduction to Windows PowerShell

As a customer of Art of Shell, we want to make sure that you’re kept up-to-date about our latest developments! We’re committed to not just meeting, but exceeding, the demands of our customers. To that end, we release content on a regular basis, to ensure that our customers have access …

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Weekly Content Update – July 8th, 2016

Art of Shell Training Course - Managing SSH Hosts from PowerShell

As a customer of Art of Shell, we want to make sure that you’re kept up-to-date about our latest developments! We’re committed to not just meeting, but exceeding, the demands of our customers. To that end, we release content on a regular basis, to ensure that our customers have access …

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Video Streaming Service Launch

Art of Shell - Subscription Streaming IT Training

As a customer of Art of Shell, we want to make sure that you’re kept up-to-date about our latest developments! We’re committed to not just meeting, but exceeding, the demands of our customers. To that end, we release content on a regular basis, to ensure that our customers have access …

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ISE Themes for PowerShell, Import the Easy Way!

Art of Shell - PowerShell ISE Themes

If you write a lot of Windows PowerShell code, you’re quite likely using the Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Editor (ISE). This editor has been included out-of-box ever since Windows 7, when PowerShell version 2.0 was introduced. Although there are some more modernized options for PowerShell editors and debuggers out there, …

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Provision Azure Virtual Network with PowerShell

Provision Azure Virtual Network

Microsoft Azure Virtual Networks (VNets) are one of the fundamental components that enables you to provision infrastructure services on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Under the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) provisioning interface, you actually cannot provision a Virtual Machine instance without having a Virtual Network. This differs from the legacy Azure …

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Easily Create a SQL Database on Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure SQL Database Architecture

Do you want to learn about Microsoft SQL Server, or need to develop a brand new application that leverages SQL Server? If so, then the Microsoft Azure public cloud can certainly help get you started! One of the great things about Microsoft Azure is that many of its services offer …

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Automate Azure Blob Storage with PowerShell

Upload File to Azure Blob Storage from PowerShell ISE

Microsoft Azure Storage provides several different storage services. Arguably the most common storage service is called blob storage. Azure Blob Storage is very similar to Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) Simple Storage Service (S3). AWS S3 offers buckets and objects, whereas Microsoft Azure offers a single layer of “blob containers” each …

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Windows 10 Ubuntu Linux: Getting Started

You might have heard that Microsoft introduced support for Windows 10 Ubuntu Linux! This has often been referred to as “Bash on Windows 10,” which isn’t untrue, but in reality, it’s actually much more than that. Bash, after all, is just a shell, and there are quite a few different …

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Azure PowerShell Module Intellisense Video!

Are you a regular user of the Microsoft Azure PowerShell module? If so, then you’ll want to check out these really cool extensions for the core Azure PowerShell experience! Art of Shell just published an introductory video to MSDN Channel 9 that you’ll want to check out! Azure PowerShell Module …

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Emojis in PowerShell? Yes!

We all use emojis, to some extent, on a daily basis. We write smiley faces in text messages, e-mails, on Twitter, on Facebook, and other social media platforms. These emojis are defined in the Unicode standard. You can actually find a full list of Unicode characters on this table; it …

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