Learn Powershell basics and extend your experience
Why should you learn Powershell basics and programming knowledge?
Powershell is a framework which helps automate tasks. Work with Powershell is based programming knowledge, so you need to know this. If you never programming don’t worry, I will show you what. Now you need to know basics programming knowledge, like:
comparison and logical operators
How much time you need?
First what I should tell you is that I don’t know a person who has learned to programme in one day or week. That’s a long way to go. Don’t try to learn and not sleep. Please trust me it’s the wrong way. I recommend regular learning for you. For example, when I started learning basics another programming language – NodeJS, I decided to learn 1 hour per day. However, You should determine what will be better for you.
That’s a long way to go. Don’t try to learn and not sleep.
Do you want to know more?
If you are still reading, it means that you want more to know.
I don’t know your Powershell experience, so I suggest you start with basics.
Step 1: Understand the Powershell variables and variables types.
Start Powershell console and learn Powershell variables. Check my articles, maybe they will help you.
- My way to understand Powershell variable for everyone.
- Powershell variable types. Why sometimes 1 + 1 is 11
- Array and Hashtable – How a box will help you understand
Step 2: Play with Powershell operators.
Next, you can play with Powershell operators. If you understand Powershell variables, you can check how it works together. Please look at the articles:
Step 3: Learn conditions
If you have never programming, it’s very likely that you don’t know anything about conditions. It’s time to read about this.
Step 4: It’s time to check loops.
Now, it’s time to understand basics Powershell loops.
- How changing tires can help you understand Powershell Foreach Loop
- Can you use FOR loop to change wheels in your car?
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