Powershell Core 6.2 Basics Course
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This instructor-led live training is designed to provide participants to gain mastery on powershell core 6.2 basics. You will learn the fundamentals of powershell core 6.2 basics and with greater emphasis on the functionality and application to your work or study.
PowerShell is a cross-platform command-line interface and scripting language for system and network administration It is a command-line interface language. PowerShell is mainly influenced by Perl, AS/400 Control Language, and Python. PowerShell follows a programming paradigm of imperative programming, object-oriented programming, and functional programming. PowerShell is developed by Microsoft is designed by Jeffrey SnoverSupported by Microsoft Windows, Windows Server, and Ubuntu Operating Systems.
The most significant change in this version of PowerShell is the expansion to the other platforms. For Windows administrators, this version of PowerShell did not include any major new features. In an interview with the community on 11 January 2018, the PowerShell team was asked to list the top 10 most exciting things that would happen for a Windows IT professional who would migrate from Windows PowerShell 5.1 to PowerShell Core 6.0; in response, Angel Calvo of Microsoft could only name two: cross-platform and open-source.
According to Microsoft, one of the new features of PowerShell 6.1 is "Compatibility with 1900+ existing cmdlets in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019." Still, no details of these cmdlets can be found it the full version of the changelog. Microsoft later professes that this number was insufficient as PowerShell Core failed to replace Windows PowerShell 5.1 and gain traction on Windows. It was, however, popular on Linux.
PowerShell Core 6.2 is focused primarily on performance improvements, bug fixes, and smaller cmdlet and language enhancements that improve the quality of life for users.
- Desired State Configuration
- Comparison of cmdlets with similar commands
- Filename extensions
- Application support
- Alternative implementation
Course Category: Programming II