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  • Blog Post: PowerShell DSC Resource Design and Testing Checklist

    DSC Resource Design and Testing Checklist   Writing Desired State Configuration Resources is not trivial and there’s many things which can go wrong. You should always spend significant amount of time testing resources you create. This task, although critical for quality, is often overlooked or performed...
  • Blog Post: Why Should I Test With PowerShell?

    Today, on our internal discussion list, someone asked if there were any advantages to testing with PowerShell versus testing with C#. I was able to come up with 10 quick reasons to test with PowerShell: Being able to run command line programs easier within PowerShell Dynamically generating code or test...
  • Blog Post: Lightweight Performance Testing with PowerShell

    When you write a script, a few possible concerns may be going through your mind: · Does my Script do what I want it to? · Can the script be read and understood by other people? · Is the script efficient? The answers to one and two can be very subjective, so today I’ll help you figure...
  • Blog Post: Windows PowerShell for Testers

    The PowerShell team is very much into unit testing so, when I ran into this blog by Adam Geras today, I found it very interesting. All its entries are on using PowerShell for testing. I especially liked this entry on using PowerShell and Excel for data driven testing because I always love it when you...
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