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Boost your IT skills with a Windows PowerShell bootcamp for $20

These 6 courses can teach anyone to automate tasks through PowerShell for Windows and beyond.
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Education is key if you're hoping to land an IT job or move up in the career you already have. Every new programming skill you learn is an asset to your resume, and there are many languages to learn. But before you go diving into JavaScript or Python, don't forget one of the most versatile platforms for IT professionals: PowerShell.

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