Getting Started with PowerShell 7
- Throughout this series, you've been in the PowerShell console. You've been manually typing in commands, running them and seeing what comes back. That's fine if you need to bang out a quick command to do something simple but the console's going to fall short for more advanced tasks. PowerShell is called a scripting language for a reason - you write scripts with it. What's a script? In PowerShell terms, a script is a combination of commands all working together to be run at one time. A script can be one to thousands of lines long. When PowerShell executes a script, it starts at the top and makes its way down to the bottom until it has run all of the code in the script.
Adam Bertram introduces himself and gives a brief overview of the demos in this course.
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