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Terminy kursów:

16.09.2019 - 20.09.2019
18.11.2019 - 22.11.2019

Oficjalny konspekt Microsoft Pozostałe szkolenia

MS-55039 Windows PowerShell Scripting and Toolmaking

Czas trwania kursu: 5 dni
Cena: 2299zł

KLUCZOWE ZAGADNIENIA

  • projektowanie narzędzi
  • rozpoczęcie pracy z komendami
  • budowa prostych skryptów i funkcji
  • parametryzowanie funkcji
  • konfigurowanie wyświetlania wyników
  • obsługa zdarzeń w skryptach
  • tworzenie funkcji pomocy
  • obsługa błędów
  • narzędzia analizy
  • analizowanie i testowanie kodu
  • publikowanie skryptów
  • skrypty automatyzujące
  • praca z XML, JSON, SQL

Marcin Ostrowski, Microsoft Certified Trainer

CERTYFIKACJE ZAWODOWE

Certyfikacja podstawowa CertyfIkacja specjalistyczna Certyfikacja ekspercka
FUNDAMENTALS ASSOCIATE EXPERT

 


POZIOM SZKOLENIA

podstawowy średniozaawansowany zaawansowany ekspercki
100 200 300 400

 

TEMATYKA ZAJĘĆ

  • Module 1: Tool Design
    Tools do one thing
    Tools are flexible
    Tools look native
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 2: Start with a Command
    Why start with a command?
    Discovery and experimentation
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 3: Build a Basic Function and Module
    Start with a basic function
    Create a script module
    Check prerequisites
    Run the new command
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 4: Adding CmdletBinding and Parameterizing
    About CmdletBinding and common parameters
    Accepting pipeline input
    Mandatory-ness
    Parameter validation
    Parmeter aliases
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 5: Emitting Objects as Output
    Assembling information
    Constructing and emitting output
    Quick tests
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 6: An Interlude: Changing Your Approach
    Examining a script
    Critiquing a script
    Revising the script

 

  • Module 7: Using Verbose, Warning, and Informational Output
    Knowing the six channel
    Adding verbose and warning output
    Doing more with verbose output
    Informational output
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 8: Comment-Based Help
    Where to put your help
    Getting started
    Going further with comment-based help
    Broken help
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 9: Handling Errors
    Understanding errors and exceptions
    Bad handling
    Two reasons for exception handling
    Handling exceptions in our tool
    Capturing the actual exception
    Handling exceptions for non-commands
    Going further with exception handling
    Deprecated exception handling
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 10: Basic Debugging
    Two kinds of bugs
    The ultimate goal of debugging
    Developing assumptions
    Write-Debug
    Set-PSBreakpoint
    The PowerShell ISELab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 11: Going Deeper with Parameters
    Parameter positions
    Validation
    Multiple parameter sets
    Value from remaining arguments
    Help messages
    Aliases
    More CmdletBinding

 

  • Module 12: Writing Full Help
    External help
    Using PlatyPs
    Supporting online help
    “About” topics
    Making your help updatable
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 13: Unit Testing Your Code
    Sketching out the test
    Making something to test
    Expanding the test
    Going further with Pester
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 14: Extending Output Types
    Understanding types
    The Extensible Type System
    Extending an object
    Using Update-TypeData

 

  • Module 15: Analyzing Your Script
    Performing a basic analysis
    Analyzing the analysis
    Lab: Designing a Tool
  • Module 16: Publishing Your Tools
    Begin with a manifest
    Publishing to PowerShell Gallery
    Publishing to private repositories
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 17: Basic Controllers: Automation Scripts and Menus
    Building a menu
    Using UIChoice
    Writing a process controller
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 18: Proxy Functions
    A proxy example
    Creating the proxy base
    Modifying the proxy
    Adding or removing parameters
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 19: Working with XML Data
    Simple: CliXML
    Importing native XML
    ConvertTo-XML
    Creating native XML from scratch
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 20: Working with JSON Data
    Converting to JSON
    Converting from JSON
    Lab: Designing a Tool

 

  • Module 21: Working with SQL Server Data
    SQL Server terminology and facts
    Connecting to the server and database
    Writing a query
    Running a query
    Invoke-SqlCmd
    Thinking about tool design patterns

 

  • Module 11: Final Exam
    Lab problem
    Break down the problem
    Do the design
    Test the commands
    Code the tool
    Lab: Final Exam
    Lab: Final Exam