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Tuesday, April 10 • 9:00am - 10:45am
Become a PowerShell Debugging Ninja

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   You've written PowerShell scripts or functions, and maybe packaged them up in a module. Then suddenly, when you least expect it, it shows up. It's red, and it's scary. You've hit a bug. But fear not! You, too, can become a PowerShell Debugging Ninja! Come to this session to learn how! Hi-yaaaaaaaah!
    You will learn:
1. "Soft" debugging skills that reduce or eliminate the need to work with a PowerShell debugger when it's not necessary.
2. "Hard" debugging skills that will help you get the most value for the least effort when working with the PowerShell debugger.
3.  Best practices and tips and tricks that increase reliability and efficiency when writing and debugging PowerShell scripts and modules.

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Kirk Munro

Senior Product Manager, Learn on Demand Systems
Kirk Munro has been a PowerShell MVP since 2007 and spends almost all his time figuring out how to best help others learn technology.

Tuesday April 10, 2018 9:00am - 10:45am PDT
406 - Meydenbauer Center