Many of you who read this blog know that I utilize SAPIEN PowerShell Studio when I need a GUI on top of my code. Here is the latest. As part of my delivery of Security+ for both the Navy and my civilian business, one item of concern that I hear time and time again is the sheer amount of terminology that students need to memorize. On the Navy side, we only give them a week to take the course and prep for the exam, which is a huge undertaking. To help address this issue, I used PowerShell Studio to create a testing engine.
I have always told my PowerShell classes that if the tool does not exist, make it. This tool continuously repeats questions until the student gets it right. With several hundred test questions in the pool for the 11 modules that I teach, this test environment is part of the Azure lab environment that I have for each student. There is another tool to help populate the test engine with questions. without PowerShell Studio, this would have been very difficult to create with the PowerShell ISE.