PnP PowerShell and more...

Here I occasionally post about Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices in general and PnP PowerShell more specifically.

Composing the ultimate Pull Request for PnP

You found an issue in one of the PnP Open Source libraries and you decided to spend some time fixing it. Great! We love your input! However, we maintain the code base in our free time. Result: there will be a delay before we can look at your submission. To give you an idea, this is the work we do to get your code in to the library, as an example I will take the PnP Sites Core repository: Continue reading