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Tuesday, April 10 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Developing with PowerShell Classes: Here be Dragons

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Classes are a powerful capability in PowerShell and are meant to provide a more familiar developing experience to more traditional programmers. You will not experience calm skies and quiet seas though. This talk will show you where the dragons lurk and help you navigate the stormy seas.

    Classes were introduced in PowerShell 5 and mainly to aid in writing DSC resources but can be used with non-DSC modules as well. This talk will go over some of the hidden gotchas when developing with classes including:

* Importing issues

* Verbose / Debug oddities

* Sharing classes between modules

     I've developed and released a large PowerShell project (PoshBot) that primarily consists of PowerShell classes. While I could have written the module using traditional functions and cmdlets, I wanted an excuse to try classes out on a new project. Using classes was not a smooth experience and I want to share some of my challenges.

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Brandon Olin

Cloud Enterprise Architect, Columbia Sportswear
Brandon is a Cloud Enterprise Architect at Columbia Sportswear focusing on automation, configuration management, Azure, and monitoring. He spends much of his time exploring new technologies to drive the business forward and loves to apply ideas pioneered in the DevOps community to... Read More →



Tuesday April 10, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
406 - Meydenbauer Center