This course shows you how to automate and execute configurations on a Windows device by taking direct control with a custom application written in PowerShell. You'll learn how to use PowerShell the most efficiently, not with individual commands, but by bundling them all together and running several at once.
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Building Applications in PowerShell FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
IT professionals in many different jobs will find this PowerShell course useful, but it's best for systems administrators. Whether you just started as a systems administrator or you've got several years of experience, learning to use PowerShell and writing your own applications is the stuff experts are made of.
No, this course in building PowerShell applications isn't associated with any certifications. The course is relatively short because it stays focused on showing what PowerShell is capable of, and learning how to read and write it. But it spends the most time on practicing building applications and actually using PowerShell.
Microsoft no longer offers certifications in individual pieces of software, so there's no PowerShell certification that this course can help you prepare for specifically. But administrator certifications like the Microsoft 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert or Modern Desktop Administrator Associate will be a lot easier after taking this course.
You should take this training because the most tedious and time-intensive parts of most administrators' jobs can be automated, and this course in building applications will teach you the PowerShell commands and cmdlets you need to write programs to do the worst parts of your job for you.