PowerShell has existed on the Microsoft Windows platform for more than a decade, largely thanks to the existence of the Microsoft .NET Framework. Now, a lighter version of the .NET Framework, .NET Core, has been ported to run on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Along with .NET Core, PowerShell Core, a new edition of PowerShell that runs natively cross-platform, has been made available.
Now that PowerShell runs natively on more than just Windows, it’s imperative that you be empowered with the knowledge to leverage this powerful automation platform. Trevor Sullivan explores how to take advantage of this new capability, spending some hands-on time with PowerShell Core running inside a Docker container. You’ll learn the fundamentals of PowerShell and get a jumpstart on working inside of an object-oriented shell.
Trevor Sullivan runs his own consulting and training company, Art of Shell. A Microsoft MVP and Docker Captain, Trevor has been pushing the technology industry forward through social media and online and live trainings, while providing top-notch consulting services.
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