Creating a Quick Custom Profile in the Windows Terminal
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The Windows Terminal allows you to run any number of different profiles. Some of the defaults that you might see pre-configured include things like PowerShell and Command Prompt, but you can introduce your own profiles to the Windows Terminal to fit your needs!

Using PowerShell to Create a Symbolic Link on Windows
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Symbolic Links allow you to create a reference in your file system to another file or directory. This allows you to reference the same file in multiple places without having to physically copy it into each place.

Navigate Your Shell With pushd and popd - Quick Tip
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There are a few ways to navigate your shell in terminals. One of the less common but useful ways I’ve found when working with multiple directories takes advantage of the directory stack most terminals maintain.

Learning The .NET Core Command Line
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How do you start a new .NET Core project from the command line? How do you learn how to use the commands and figure out what is available for you?

Man the Helm! - Kubernetes and Helm on Windows
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Kubernetes (often shortened to K8S), the Greek word for a helmsman, is a tool originally developed by Google for managing cloud ready, scalable web apps.

Working with CSV's in Windows Powershell
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Powershell is a relatively unique and very powerful command line interface (CLI) and with Windows 10 is now the default shell for Windows.