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KAMAL KUMAR

User ID -   TECHAWARE

ABOUT KAMAL KUMAR

Hello to all my article readers, I've created this website to share my knowledge and experiences to the world. 

About me -

I'm Microsoft certified Solutions Associate in Windows Server (MCSA-2012) and holding certification on Microsoft Azure Technology Architect (Azure AZ-300). I'm working in this industry for more than 3 years.

 

Why this website although there are tons of websites for blogging, QnA's, etc.

  1. I'm very much passionate to learn new things. I didn't know how to create websites, specially dynamic websites using Django or JavaScript type tools. This was a really nice experience to use new stuff all together and get something as result.
  2. At this age of modern technology where new gadgets and digital apps are developed or created each day, tech websites and blogs come in handy. Internet users would know these new technologies through reading blogs. We're looking forward to provide all information and technology updates single place.
  3. My website gives more control over it's contents, either blogs, QnAs.
  4. Most important part, the articles would be to the point article.

 

It is the essential source of information and ideas that make sense of a world in constant transformation. The TECHAWARE conversation illuminates how technology is changing every aspect of our lives—from culture to business, science to design. The breakthroughs and innovations that we uncover lead to new ways of thinking, new connections, and new industries.

Contact me -

Email - [email protected]

Web form - www.techaware.in/About

 

BLOGS POSTED BY KAMAL KUMAR

August 22, 2020 Author Techaware
PowerShell is Microsoft’s proprietary language to do it’s basic to very advanced level tasks. Things like getting Windows Configuration using WMI, settings up server, configuring Active Directory, scheduling events, manipulating Windows Registry, and much more. PowerShell has a variety of modules l....
August 10, 2020 Author Techaware
In this chapter we're going to understand variables in PowerShell. How to define variables, use them, type of variables we can define in PowerShell. We'll be covering all of them in very simple and short article
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