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cdhunt / Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1
Created Oct 3, 2016
Create and set a random "Session Name" in the PowerShell Console Title
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Import-Module posh-git
Import-Module NameIt
function Test-Administrator {
return ([Security.Principal.WindowsPrincipal] [Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent()).IsInRole([Security.Principal.WindowsBuiltInRole] "Administrator")
##### Console Title ######
$SessionTitleName = Invoke-Generate '[Adjective][Noun]'
View PivotData.ps1
Add-Type -Path C:\Users\chris.hunt\Downloads\PivotData\lib\NReco.PivotData.dll
$CSV = gc "C:\Users\chris.hunt\Downloads\PivotData\NReco.PivotData.Examples.CsvDemo\TechCrunchcontinentalUSA.csv" | ConvertFrom-Csv
$aggregators=new-object Collections.ArrayList
$aggregators.Add([NReco.PivotData.SumAggregatorFactory]::new('raisedAmt')) | Out-Null
$aggregators.Add([NReco.PivotData.AverageAggregatorFactory]::new('raisedAmt')) | Out-Null
$aggregators.Add([NReco.PivotData.MaxAggregatorFactory]::new('raisedAmt')) | Out-Null
View Select-FuzzyCommand.ps1
function Select-FuzzyCommand {
Begin {
$data = Get-Command
$search = $search.ToCharArray() -join '.*?'
View pesterexample.ps1
Function Get-Parmeters {
$parameters = @{}
$Session = New-PSSession -ComputerName 'server'
cdhunt / Help to MD
Created May 26, 2016
Use the Markdown.types.ps1xml to generate a help file in Markdown
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$help = Get-Help Get-Location
cdhunt / Markdown.types.ps1xml
Last active May 26, 2016
A custom type file to help generate markdown
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
cdhunt / output
Created Mar 1, 2016
Beating Hadoop with Posh
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Black White Tie RunTime
----- ----- --- -------
2853633 3762820 3260741 6 minutes, 45 seconds, 347 milliseconds
cdhunt / Verbal Expressions
Created Jan 5, 2016
Messing around with CSharpVerbalExpressions and Fluent API in Powershell
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Add-Type -Path C:\Temp\CSharpVerbalExpressions-master\VerbalExpressions\bin\Release\VerbalExpressions.dll
[psobject].Assembly.GetType("System.Management.Automation.TypeAccelerators")::add("verbex", "CSharpVerbalExpressions.VerbalExpressions")
[verbex]::new().StartOfLine().Then("http").Maybe("s").Then("://").Maybe("www.").AnythingBut(" ").EndOfLine().Test("")
$proto = [verbex]::new().StartOfLine().Then("http").Maybe("s").Then("://")
$Uri = $proto.AnythingBut(" ").EndOfLine()

I agree with you, but prefer to decouple philosophy from tools. It's just semantics, but in the history of business organization there is a tendency to distill a philosophy down to a few bullet points and believe following those bullet points is all that is needed to be successful. One of the bullet points is usually, "Use XYZ tool." Just putting up a board with cards on it isn't likely going to make your business more successful. It's just a tool. You have to learn how to use it. Sorry if you took my weakness with words as an attack on your efforts to do just that.

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Add-Type -Path C:\Scripts\Modules\SimpleDb\SimpleDb.Esent.dll
# Data Model
$episodeClass = @"
using System;
public class Episode
public string Series { get; set; }
public int Id { get; set; }
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