Proficient debugging skills is what separates great developers from good developers. This course teaches you the skills required to become proficient in debugging, allowing you to take that next step towards greatness.
Many people do not take the time required to become proficient at debugging. They believe it's not worth the time investment. What they don't realize is that mastering debugging actually saves them a lot more time than they would put in. In this course, Debugging Windows PowerShell in VS Code, you'll learn the mental process behind debugging. First, you'll learn how to debug with Visual Studio Code. Next you'll be introduced to Pester, a testing framework for PowerShell. Finally, you'll discover how to take advantage of the advanced debugging features in Visual Studio Code such as watches, call stacks, and conditional breakpoints. After you've finished the course, you'll have the knowledge required to be a proficient debugger of PowerShell code.
Josh Duffney is an IT Professional turned PowerShell Developer who is fascinated by all things DevOps and automation. He is a Pluralsight author, speaker, blogger, technical writer, and an automation engineer.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] debugging is one of the most underappreciated skills, but it is also something that separates a good developer from a great developer. My name is Josh Daphne, and welcome to my course debugging power shell in visual studio code. In this course, you will learn the process behind the bugging as well as how to use Official Studio Co. To debug your power shell code. You'll also learn how to take advantage of the advanced bucking features and visual studio code and be introduced to pester, which is a testing framework for power show. Before beginning this course, you should have a pretty good background in power shell. By the end of the course, you will know everything you need to know to effectively debug official studio. You can finally leave those right host messages out of your coat. I hope you'll join me on this journey and learn to debug power shelf with visual studio code