We all have been in this position, so you’ve created a function, module or script and we know that it works, because we ran it yesterday. Now why would you bother with this Pester thing?
This is what we will explore, not only the how, of getting started with Pester. But also the why, in which scenarios does it make sense and when doesn’t it? We’ll work our way through some initial unit tests, how to integrate this in your project or pipeline. This session is filled with real world experiences and samples to help you get started and you’ll walk away with a new understanding of testing in the world of PowerShell
Jaap Brasser is a Senior Developer Advocate at Rubrik and a multi-year recipient of Microsoft Azure MVP award. He has a big passion for scripting and automation and whenever he is not writing his next script or module, he spends his time fiddling around with APIs to facilitate him in his journey to automate ALL the things!
The Mississippi PowerShell User Group Meetings are typically held online (via Teams) on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 pm Mountain Time and are free to attend.
The system requirements to attend these online meetings can be found on the MSPSUG website under the “Attendee Info” section.