I’ve been saying for years that you can’t be a good SharePoint or Office 365 admin without having a firm grip on PowerShell. I don’t just say that so you’ll come to my PowerShell sessions at conferences, I really believe it. In the last couple of days there have been a flurry of PowerShell updates and in this blog post I’m going to call them out, in no particular order.
PowerShell 7 is released (Download)
PowerShell Extension for VS Code (Setup instructions)
While you’re downloading all that PowerShell goodness you might as well include this:
Windows Terminal Preview
As always you can go to my blog post Office 365 PowerShell Module Installs to see which PowerShell modules I use with Office 365.