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A quick note on Get-Command in PowerShell. This cmdlet brings back a list of commands available to use in PowerShell. # get-command, better use wildcards * Get-Command test-sql*
A quick post to note down a script that’ll create a folder if it doesn’t already exist in PowerShell. This script utilises Test-Path which helps determin whether a path exists.
The Get-TimeZone command in PowerShell returns the current Time Zone of a computer, or it can be used to list all available Time Zones which will be useful if you’re planning on making changes to this.
Get-Service is a command in PowerShell that returns a list of Services on a Computer. This post is a quick guide on running this command in a PowerShell terminal, using a wildcard ( * ) to show me my services with “SQL”
This is a post on how to install and configure AWS CLI (version 1) on Ubuntu (20.04). I’ll just jump right into it and start off by updating my local packages.
This is a post on how to set our default Linux distribution in Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). If you’re making the most of WSL and have more than one Linux distribution installed, this post might come in handy.
A handy post to note down the JDBC client driver download. I’m frequently in need of this myself. You can download the JDBC driver from the AWS Docs and then gain your cluster endpoint address from the main Redshift dashboard window Instead of doing the above, you navigate to the Configure tab in the Redshift console and download the JDBC driver &
This post is some quick notes on creating a new files and directories using PowerShell. There’s 3 wee highlights:# Create a New Directory# Create a New (.txt) File# Add Text to the New File Create a New Directory New-Item is the command.