When I first started dipping my fingers into the GitHub pool, it was because I really felt there was a need. Version control was becoming an issue and having to re-write code I’d already perfected because of a glitch somewhere on the way–translation: accidentally deleting the wrong file–was something that just had to be addressed. And, I think like a lot of PowerShell scripters, I soon started asking questions like: WTF is this? What is going on? Who came up with this crap? I’m no expert, but read on if you’re interested in learning how to use PowerShell and GitHub together.
I’ve been doing a ton of work with SQL and PowerShell over the last year and a half and have come up with some pretty good tools to help me along the way. We even built a module out of them at work and use it in a dozen or more scripts every day, when it finally occurred to me that my readers might like to use them too. And the PS.SQL Module was born.