psOver the last couple of months I have been working with PowerShell on a daily basis, I had initially looked at PowerShell at home a little bit and thought yeah its fairly cool and left it at that, if you haven’t looked at PowerShell and want to learn some quick tips for getting started then stick around.

At work I was tasked with doing a small project using PowerShell and I can now report that I think PowerShell is pretty awesome, I have even found myself thinking you could do that using PowerShell.

The learning curve for PowerShell is not that high and if you put a little bit of effort into learning the basics it starts to become pretty easy to do most things.

This will be the first post covering a number of topics within PowerShell and I will cover what I have been learning as we go.