Thats My Shell

Pester 5.0 Released

Some sysadmins tinker with PowerShell scripts and write code that gets a task done. Other sysadmins write highly involved and complex scripts that are full of conditional testing. However, there is not really a lot of administrators that write their code with testing in mind. That is where Pester comes in.

I admit, I am not in the category of people that use Pester. But I should be. I have written very large scripts comprising of multiple module files. Pester will allow a sysadmin or syseng to make changes to the underlying code and if the pester file successfully processes then we know that any code changes did not break any functionality of the overall script.

With that said, check out the new release of Pester 5.0.

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