So I write a tweet about reluctantly having to use PowerShell and the next thing I know, I’m getting followed by a bunch of MS/BI devs and Packt publishing is sending me 50% off PowerShell books promos… creepy. I swear, Twitter must be doing some ever-cookie style tracking. 

Was also reminded last night, that just because you’re MS and have more money than most countries and can hire people to write flash documentation, you still have bugs. And when someone like me finds them, what do I do? Open a GitHub issue? Examine the source and add a bunch of debug statements to verify the issue? No, Ibfigure out a workaround and you don’t get nothing. A missed opportunity to make your software better. 

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