Andrew Pla . Tech

Andrew Pla . Tech

Human, Systems Thinker, PowerSheller

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Hey, I’m Andrew

I write, speak, and seek opportunities that allow me to grow while teaching and learning from others.

My passion

I love increasing human connection and being a force multiplier for those around me.

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Sending hotkeys with MIDI drum pad
July 3, 2022
Sending hotkeys with MIDI drum pad
I use a drum pad as part of my music making process, and I found out a cool workflow so that I don’t have to touch my keyboard and mouse much while producing.
Adventures in LeetCode: PowerShell Twist
October 20, 2021
Adventures in LeetCode: PowerShell Twist
Follow along as I solve 10 basic Leet Code questions with PowerShell.
Controlling Ableton Device Knobs with a Launchpad X
October 19, 2021
Controlling Ableton Device Knobs with a Launchpad X
On my quest to get the same functionality out of the Push 2 from my Lauchnpad X, we will learn how to turn our device knobs from the pads.
Regex and PowerShell Recap
October 13, 2021
Regex and PowerShell Recap
I applied Regex in PowerShell and took some notes about what I learned.
New Blog on PDQ.com: PowerShell, VS Code, and a Raspberry Pi - Oh M
August 23, 2021
New Blog on PDQ.com: PowerShell, VS Code, and a Raspberry Pi - Oh My
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Adding New Color Schemes to Windows Terminal
July 29, 2019
Adding New Color Schemes to Windows Terminal
Let’s cover adding a bunch of color schemes to Windows Terminal.
Writing a PoshBot Plugin to Display TOPdesk Tickets
February 16, 2019
Writing a PoshBot Plugin to Display TOPdesk Tickets
Let’s create a PoshBot plugin to display tickets.
Parse TOPdesk Access Logs with PowerShell
February 7, 2019
Parse TOPdesk Access Logs with PowerShell
Do you know who has logged into your TOPdesk environment? Did you know that TOPdesk offers you access logs? Unfortunately the process to access these is rather cumbersome. Learn how to use PowerShell to check your access logs.
A Toasty Pomodoro Timer
May 20, 2018
Making a Toasty Pomodoro Timer
Let’s make a pomodoro timer with PowerShell!
PowerShell Summit - Expectations Exceeded
April 22, 2018
PowerShell Summit - Expectations Exceeded
I received a scholarship to attend the PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit and it was quite the journey.

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A few projects worth sharing

These are some projects that I’m involved in and recommend you check out.

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