Adam Bertram

Adam
Bertram

Adam Bertram is an independent consultant, technical writer, trainer and presenter. Adam specializes in consulting and evangelizing all things IT automation mainly focused around Windows PowerShell. Adam is a Microsoft Windows PowerShell MVP, 2015 powershell.org PowerShell hero and has numerous Microsoft IT pro certifications. He authors IT pro course content for Pluralsight, is a regular contributor to numerous print and online publications and presents at various user groups and conferences.  You can find Adam at adamtheautomator.com or on Twitter at @adbertram.

Articles
PowerShell Module Manifests: An Underutilized Asset
Modules can be built without manifests but there are a lot of benefits to creating one. I don’t ever recommend building a module and sharing it with others without first creating a an accompanying manifest.
How to build the appropriate PowerShell parameters
What if you had a single place where you could manage data, and the tool you used would automatically take care of all the translation in the background?
Successful automation is all about trust
What if you had a single place where you could manage data, and the tool you used would automatically take care of all the translation in the background?
Wireshark, actual shark, potato, po-TAH-to
Put down Wireshark. It's overkill. 1
What if you had a single place where you could manage data, and the tool you used would automatically take care of all the translation in the background?
You're Always Working for Yourself, Even When You're Not
When you get up in the morning and go to work, who do you think you work for?
CSV, Excel, or SQL? It Doesn't Matter with PowerShell
What if you had a single place where you could manage data, and the tool you used would automatically take care of all the translation in the background?
PowerShell, VBscript and Batch Files: File Management Comparisons 1
The PowerShell “shallow end” is demonstrating the old method of automating Windows (batch and VBS) vs. the new method (PowerShell). It’s useful to see side-by-side comparisons rather than saying “Discard that batch and VBS knowledge you’ve learned over a couple decades. It’s worthless now.” Rather, show an apples-to-apples comparison of various problem-solving techniques and how to solve them in each language. When shown side-by-side like this the best method will clearly show through.
Comments
Black Hats Leveraging PowerShell
December 14, 2016

I understand the need to get readers but unfortunately, in order to do so, you've drastically misrepresented the security threat posed by PowerShell.

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IT Pros must constantly learn, but they don’t all learn in the same way
July 24, 2014

I'm an autodidact to the extreme. I've self-taught myself everything. It's not because of the lack of great training material out there but just because I get too impatient...

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