Tag: intermediate


  • A PowerShell Word Play Challenge

    While experienced PowerShell scripters are hopefully tackling their latest challenge, The Chairman didn’t want those of you still in the earlier stages of learning PowerShell to feel left out so […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Building More PowerShell

    The Chairman hopes that people have been working on the recent set of challenges. They were designed to meet the needs of all skill levels. The Chairman does not want […]

  • A PowerShell Scripting Challenge for Everyone

    Hopefully, everyone has had an opportunity to work on the previously posted beginner challenge. For those of you with a bit more experience, it was probably an easy task. Now […]

  • Let the PowerShell Challenges Begin

    The Chairman has decided that it is in the best interests of his Iron Scripters, and those that wish to attain that valued designation, that training continue year-round. To that […]