We are pleased to announce the release of v1.2.0 of ScriptAnalyzer – a significant release with many updates to help and documentation content, fixes to the built-in default rule set based on community feedback, support for consuming PowerShell content as streams,
Since the early days of PowerShell 1.0, the PowerShell Team has been using Connect to manage customer feedback, feature requests, and bug reports, enabling us to have a continued pulse on the needs of the PowerShell community. However, in responding to your feedback,
The PowerShell team is excited to make its first release of our test code on GitHub. This project represents a selection of tests that the PowerShell team uses when testing PowerShell. In the more than 12 years of active development on PowerShell,
We would like to share with you a summary of changes which happened in DSC Resource Kit over last few weeks.
Since we’ve posted about the updates here last time, we’ve accepted 38 pull requests, closed 33 issues, updated 7 modules and added 4 new resources!
For a while now, we’ve been thinking about how to better incorporate the community into the PowerShell language design process. We believe this would improve PowerShell by:
Ensuring we prioritize on language features that the community cares about.
Helps us understand where to focus our efforts on features most important to the community and not spend time building language features that won’t be used.