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PowerShellModulesCentral

This repository was founded as a central hub to a list of PowerShell modules that people know/use. Each module has a file describing its name, basic information the module, as well as one or more blog posts/videos from people that have written about or used them.

This way we can reduce friction when people are starting out or are trying to solve similar problems

Index

Why?

When a new module appears on the PowerShell scene it can be difficult to advertise and gain mindshare among developers/end users who could be interested in it. There are also times when difficulties arise in finding if a good tool exists or not, if its up to date, and how relevant it is in the community.

This happened to me recently: I went to google, found a PowerShell Gallery script, and after checking that the script didn't work with some particulars I did a further research and found (google result's - page 3 or 4) a comment on a forum pointing to the GitHub repository. Guess what? The problem I was having were already addressed. ;-)

Are you a module owner? Are you writing something new? Do you contribute to a module? Share it! The ones I know and use could be very different from the ones you know and use! Why not share?

How can this help me?

Are trying to find a module to work on a specific task? Use the search on the top of the page to try to find what you need.

  • Working with Windows? Type "windows".
  • Working with SQL Server? Type "SQL Server".
  • Do you know the author's name? You can search that way too.
  • Have you read a blog post before and just remember one word or the blogger's name? Type it and see what you find.

How to contribute

Please, read the CONTRIBUTING.md file.