Tag: advanced


  • Building a PowerShell Process Tree

    Your next PowerShell scripting challenge has arrived. Some of you may be familiar with the tree command-line tool. If you’ve never seen it, try tree $home at a PowerShell prompt. […]

  • Building a PowerShell Command Inventory

    For this challenge, The Chairman wants to know about your arsenal of PowerShell weapons that you can bring to battle. There are two parts to this challenge and both assume […]

  • A PowerShell Object Age Challenge

    One of PowerShell’s greatest strengths is its ease of use and flexibility. There are many things you do in PowerShell that could be a whole lot more complicated. For example, […]

  • Building a Network Usage PowerShell Monitor

    The Chairman has issued a new PowerShell scripting challenge if you feel you are worthy of accepting it. These challenges are meant to not only prove your worth as a […]

  • Pestering for a PowerShell Challenge

    Sadly, with the demise of the PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit in 2020, there will be no Iron Scripter Game. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t continue to hone your […]

  • A PowerShell Challenge for Challenges

    Since the last PowerShell Summit, the Chairman has been offering PowerShell scripting challenges to help hone your skills. Because not everyone is an advanced PowerShell user, he has also been […]

  • Are You Listening to Me

    The latest challenge from the Iron Scripter Chairman starts with a simple exercise aimed at PowerShell beginners. It ends with a more complex set of requirements for advanced PowerShell scripters. […]

  • Raise the Dead with this PowerShell Challenge

    Halloween is upon us and the Chairman has devised a demonic PowerShell scripting challenge for you. This is not for the faint of heart. The Chairman wants you to raise […]

  • A PowerShell Cross-Platform Challenge

    As PowerShell 7 draws near, built on the successes of PowerShell Core, you will be asked to create PowerShell tools that work cross-platform. Or you may be asked to create […]

  • A Windows Feature PowerShell Challenge

    It is time for a new set of challenges. Please feel free to post a comment with links back to your solutions and work on previous challenges. The Chairman doesn’t […]