Publishing to Azure – Node Style

In the last five articles I’ve been doing a study of what it takes to do a node app. For those who are starting here, I had a list of requirements: I need to be able to run a small web server I need to be able to handle templated views with server-side code I…

PowerShell and Profiles

I showed off my PathUtils module in my previous article. Today I’m going to show off my profile. Every time you execute a PowerShell prompt or start up ISE, four profiles get run. The four profiles are: When you edit or run $profile you actually edit or run the last one. I put most of…

PowerShell and PATH

If you’ve been using PowerShell for any length of time, you have definitely set up your profile. Mine is fairly straight forward. It’s stored in $profile, which in my case is H:\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Microsoft.PowerShell_Profile.ps1 – an obnoxiously long name. I’d rather it be profile.ps1, but I digress. The posh-git module is for colorizing my prompt, and everything…