dbatools

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Rob Sewell and he’s posed the following question: What are you going to automate today with PowerShell? I’m cheating a little bit in that this is something I did a couple weeks ago, but it was immensely helpful. I’d been working on building out a new instance to…

Read More T-SQL Tuesday #94 – Automating Configuration Comparison

I’ve recently started contributing to the dbatools project and it’s all done through GitHub. Prior to this, I’d never used git and GitHub for anything more than an offsite repository for my own small repositories (I’ve used Subversion for over a decade) and I never totally understood how it worked in a large collaborative project…

Read More Getting Started with GitHub for dbatools

Earlier this week I was working on adding a new feature to Update-DbaTools and while looking at another cmdlet to check syntax/conventions, I noticed an ugly typo in some of the help for it. 100% perfect prose isn’t necessary in the comment-based help for PowerShell cmdlets, but seeing misspellings and such kind of bugs me.…

Read More Spell-checking dbatools with Visual Studio Code