Training Videos


TechSnips is Looking for Content and Recruiting Contributors

This blog article is the first guest post ever on this site. When I’m approached by someone who wants to write a guest blog article, I suggest that they should start their own blog. If they’re simply not interested in that, I put them in contact with PowerShell.org because it seems like a more appropriate place to publish community blog articles. The majority of the posts on this site are simply the steps of how I’ve done something in a real-world production environment.


Video: Demystifying Active Directory User Account Lockouts with PowerShell

A few months ago I created an audition video for Pluralsight on “Demystifying Active Directory User Account Lockouts with PowerShell” and I thought I would share that video with you, the readers of my blog site: You can also find this videoon my YouTube channel. Happy New Year! µ

Video: Create Dynamic Reusable Tools in PowerShell with Advanced Functions

Last Thursday I presented a session for the Central Texas PowerShell Users Group on “DRY: Create Dynamic Reusable Tools in PowerShell with Advanced Functions”. The video from that presentation is now available: The presentation materials including the code and a PDF copy of the slide deck can be downloaded from here. µ

Video & Presentation Materials: September 2015 PowerShell.org Advanced Functions TechSession Webinar

Last week I presented a session titled “The Top 10 Considerations When Writing PowerShell Advanced Functions” for the September 2015 PowerShell.org TechSession Webinar. The video from that presentation is now available: [youtube=https://youtu.be/tcAz4T1Aydo] The presentation materials including the code and slides can be downloaded from here. I received a question during the presentation about how to determine what the type accelerators are and the answer to that question can be found in this Hey, Scripting Guy!

How to use CamStudio to create training videos

This is my first attempt at embedding a video blog on my blogging website and I thought what would be more ironic than a training video on how to create training videos. µ