Tag Archives: performance

A Look at Filtering Performance in PowerShell

While working on a script for work, I ran into a situation where I needed to some filtering on a bunch of data and the thought struck me as to what was the quickest approach to performing a filter of … Continue reading

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Quick Hits: Adding Items to an Array and a Look at Performance

I had some comments on a recent performance comparison article that were well received and encouraged me to write some more of these similar articles. So without further ado, lets get started on looking at adding items to an array … Continue reading

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Custom PowerShell Objects and Performance Revisited

Way back in my earlier days of blogging (Sept 2010), I wrote an article (I recommend you check this one out for more information regarded some of the older styles of custom object creation) that talked about the performance differences … Continue reading

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Split-Path Performance in PowerShell

While working on my previous article, I was trying to determine the best way to lay out all of the properties I wanted. While I was getting the full path of a file, I also wanted just the filename as … Continue reading

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Filter Using Parameters Instead of Where-Object When Possible

This was a post I intended on writing during/after the 2012 Scripting Games, but just never got around to finishing it up. While it is great to know for the games itself, it also applies to everyday scenarios for folks … Continue reading

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