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How To Compose A PowerShell Module With Multiple Script Files

The internet's missing how-to guide!

All I wanted was something I take for granted as a C# developer: the ability to create a PowerShell module that's composed of multiple script files - one for each function - instead of putting every function in a single `.psm1` file. It's actually a simple thing to accomplish, and yet it's *unbelievably* difficult to find a tutorial that explains *how* to do it. This article seeks to fill that void and save future googlers all the time I sunk into research, trial, and error. [Read More]

Getting Logi Info Studio To Play Nice With Git & CI/CD

A look at some basic limitations with Logi Analytics' IDE

In recent weeks I've become intimately acquainted with Logi Analytics' IDE, called Logi Info Studio. I haven't yet used it enough to have a strong sense of Logi's platform as a whole, but there are definitely two aspects of developing with Info Studio which I've found outmoded: it is neither terribly source control friendly nor very well suited for continuous integration/deployment environments. [Read More]

WPF: Zoom In An Image On Application Load

I recently decided to create a new image viewer for Windows. I'm not a fan of the default Windows Photo Viewer and think most third party image viewers are even worse. The only one I've liked quite a bit is the viewer that comes bundled with Google's Picasa. However, Picasa itself no longer really fits into my digital photo organization strategy and I really hate to install all of Picasa just so I can have the peripheral 5% that constitutes its image viewer. So I decided to roll my own using WPF... [Read More]