Creating And Reading Output From A PowerShell Job

I’m sure your mom has told you a million time that successful people have jobs. Whether or not that’s true, we find that PowerShell is successful because it has jobs! You can run things in the background using PowerShell jobs. They don’t make PowerShell any money, as far as I know, but they save you time, which is money. Cool, right?This video is from our extremely handsome, well-dressed (shh not really!), intelligent and ever-so-dapper founder, Adam Bertram. He knows a little about PowerShell and decided to take some time to show you how to interact with PowerShell jobs using Start-Job to start one, Get-Job to see all jobs, and Receive-Job to receive output from a job.