We are proud to present to you this years’ psconf.eu sessions related to Pester and PowerShell ScriptAnalyzer. And of course we are happy to see that Pester-inventor Jakub is delivering a talk - there can’t be a more authoritative coverage, and you can ask him all your questions in our live panel.
We invite you to participate in our live Q&A targeting Pester and ScriptAnalyzer. It is taking place June 2, 2020 at 8pm CEST, and you’ll have a chance to meet the speakers, other PowerShell experts, and ask any question you may have.
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Building PowerShell, its VS-Code extension and debugging it
We all use PowerShell, it’s VS-Code extension or PSScriptAnalyzer in some way or another. Sometimes we’d like to either add a feature or have a customized version of it for some reason or need to debug a bug in those tools.
I will show how to build and debug those tools. Furthermore I will show features that I have made in various areas to the tools in the past and demo some small examples.
What’s new in Pester v5?
by Jakub Jareš from Finnland
Pester 5 brings multiple new features, many fixes and also some significant breaking changes.
In this talk I will demo the most significant improvements to the framework, point out differences from version 4 and give a quick guide to migrating to the new framework version.
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