PowerShell Dot Sourcing

My career in IT started in Software Development and most of the time I take for granted some of the common practices and basics of programming that I learnt are also clear for every one of my IT Pro colleagues.

In brief, as developers, when we try to solve problems we define objects and writing source code we describe them into classes. That class definition has attributes and methods that let us interact with that object. Continue reading “PowerShell Dot Sourcing”

PowerShell Requires Statements

When we write code we make assumptions on the environment and the correct execution and most importantly obtaining the expecting result strictly depends on it.
I will not touch on software design or testing process, but just focus on an essential foundation that everyone should think to write better code and more efficient. Preventing to revisit code looking for answer the question of why is not working as expected.

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