Announcing PowerShell Community Blog

Jason Helmick

Announcing PowerShell Community Blog

We want to share the exciting news about the new PowerShell Community Blog. Since the retirement of the Scripting Guy (Ed Wilson) the Scripting blog has had fewer new posts. With the rapid ongoing growth of PowerShell, this means fewer community members finding the help and answers they need to be successful.

Community members, along with some partner teams within Microsoft, have taken up the challenge to refresh and revitalize the blog. Now focused exclusively on PowerShell and with new features/technology driven by the community.

We are happy to help get the word out and announce the new PowerShell Community Blog. Focused on PowerShell with new and relevant content from the community.

Wait! If you’re wondering about all that valuable content on the original Scripting blog, don’t worry! All the work from the original blog will remain intact and available to you. In fact, some of the older-but-popular content will get updated and posted on the new community blog.

Visit the new blog, and while you’re there, share your problems and knowledge with the community and help everyone automate solutions with PowerShell.

Jason Helmick

PowerShell Team

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  • Bo Sørensen 0

    I really like the direction Microsoft is taking with PowerShell Core, but one thing is missing to make it perfect.

    When will PowerShell Core (PowerShell 7) replace the aging PowerShell 5.x on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016/2019 as the default, adoption in enterprises using Windows will not take off until that happens.

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