I can't stand "expected warnings," but getting selective in my VBO jobs got me back to my happy place.
A few scripts run on my home server, but can happily run in a serverless environment. Time to give that poor server a rest, I think.
I've been testing a beta of Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v3. It ticked some boxes of mine (spoiler alert.)
What good is a nicely built PowerShell module if no one can use it? Time to release it into the wild!
I'm a little late to this particular party, but I only just had the 1809 update on my workstation today.
When you want to keep an eye on build results, but don't want to dedicate a screen to the web page, toast is the answer!
Some people learn by writing. Some by watching videos. Apparently I learn by failing and head-desking.
I didn't do the best job of the examples in my original post on this topic. Let's put that right.
Carrying out PowerShell based GitHub Actions in less than a minute? Colour me impressed!