Challenge

  • Let’s Play a PowerShell Game

    The 2021 edition of the PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit is here. Sadly, due to the state of the world, this year’s event will be virtual. And sad only in…

  • A PowerShell IP Challenge

    The Chairman has returned with a new challenge that will test not only your PowerShell skills but your networking knowledge as well. The challenge has been graded for Intermediate and…

  • A PowerShell Session Challenge

    Today’s challenge is targeted at advanced PowerShell users, but The Chairman hopes you will tackle as much of it as you can. Even solving a few pieces of the challenge…

  • Another PowerShell Math Challenge

    The Chairman is back with another set of math-related challenges. These types of challenges are a good way to get your brain looking at a problem from a different angle.…

  • A Memory Reporting Challenge

    The Chairman is back with another PowerShell scripting challenge. He would also like to remind you that all of his challenges are open-ended. There is no deadline and he hopes…

  • A PowerShell Conversion Challenge

    PowerShell’s flexibility and raw power stem from a fundamental concept of working with objects in a pipeline. Experienced PowerShell scripters and toolmakers should be experienced in creating custom objects, including…

  • A CIM-ple PowerShell Challenge

    The Chairman has commissioned a new PowerShell scripting challenge targeted for advanced users. But as with all challenges, everyone is welcome to try their hand. The best way to improve…

  • A PowerShell Linking Challenge

    Back in the day when The Chairman was first managing IT, the cost of storage mattered and there was no cloud. It might also matter what kind of storage you…

  • A Registered PowerShell Challenge

    The Chairman feels it is is time to give up and coming PowerShell warriors a chance to prove themselves. This challenge is targeted for beginner PowerShell scripters with a few…

  • A Wide Open PowerShell Challenge

    Way back in the DOS world, there was a very handy way of displaying only directories. In PowerShell, we can approximate this behavior with an expression like The Chairman has…