As part of securing development processes and communications internally, it is common for companies and teams to enforce the usage of custom SSL certificates with the enterprise acting as CA root. This is great, because it helps simulate better the production systems within the development stages. »

Following the tradition with the previous readings list of 2017 and 2018, this is the progressive list of books that I have been reading on 2019. »

I've been asked several times already by some colleagues how they should approach learning PowerShell. I realize that at first, it might seem frightening with too much knowledge to cover and not enough time and I remember I felt similarly when I was diving for the first time into PowerShell. »

Since I first learned about CI/CD, back in my university days, I have always been keen to apply these practices in any scenario that I found myself in. Nonetheless, the existing setup of my blog and the associated workflow had made the application of these practices a bit of a challenge. »

Currently at work, we have been improving our practices around coding in PowerShell and producing better and more sane automations. I have blogged before about the must-have tools for PowerShell development and in this post, will take a look at different alternatives to handle dependencies for PowerShell modules. »