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The Art of Commenting

This week I noticed an article on comments in PoSh over at Simple Talk. It’s a nice look at the topic from Greg Moore and discusses the various ways that you can comment in the language. Since these scripts are … Continue reading

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Double Check Your Math

Performing calculations in our applications is important. In fact, if we do any sort of math, we really want to ensure that our results are what we expect. That seems obvious, but I’ve run into applications where the code deployed … Continue reading

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Do What Hurts

A long time ago I heard a manager at a company say that if something is hard, we ought to practice it more and find ways to make it easy. Barring that, we ought to at least be comfortable with … Continue reading

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Adding a License to GitHub

I’ve rarely thought about licensing my code, but it’s something to be aware of for your work. Most of us freely share code, though I have started to add a minor copyright and as is notation to some of my … Continue reading

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