Long time no see


Been a while since I posted, a lot going on!
We moved to a house in December so that have taken a lot of my time.
Despite that I intend to get some good tutorials and tips out here on Techmeaway during 2021, which will hopefully be a better year for us all 🙂

Having our own house now will open up for more diverse content here which will be fun.
I know that I have very few people reading this blog but still want to build up the amount of content and quality here.
If something I post here can help just one person I’d be happy!

I’ll also try to get some of my scripts up on GitHub and add the links here.
Also got a few 3D-designs that I should get out somewhere too, like our kitchen cabinet door handles.

Think I’ll start sharing a link to new articles on LinkedIn and Twitter from now on.

Thanks for reading this short update, hope you have a great day, catch ya in the next one!


Hello World

Hello indeed!
In this first post I’ll try to explain my plan forward and what you can expect in the near future.

The plan is to start this blog off with a few introductionary tutorials in Powershell aimed for beginners or those who have never even touched it before.
From there we’ll most likely continue on the Powershell track, exploring different areas of this amazing tool.

Since I do not yet have a big presence online (99% of my scripts are local and customer specific), I will be working on setting up my GitHub for scripts that I feel can be useful for the community.
The same goes for 3D designs I’ve made, designs that others can benefit from will be shared (most likely on Thingiverse).
My designs are simple and often very specific to something I need (I’m an amateur with few hours in CAD software) but some are pretty decent.

You can also expect typos, grammatical errors and fun mistakes!
English is my second language and I’ll most likely write these posts without the help of any autocorrect or language spelling checks.

We can also note that my skills in Powershell and other areas we’ll discuss, are self taught. I’ll be speaking from experience and what I have learnt along the way.
Might be some terminology that is incorrect or you don’t agree with, share it with me in the comments and I’ll learn too!
I might solve a problem differently than how you would, please share your solution as well!
That’s one of the great things with scripting and developing (expecially Powershell), there can be multiple solutions to one problem!

Continue to learn and evolve your skills, see you in the next one!