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Ep. 37, Got trees? With Mathias Jessen


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Mathias JessenSecurity specialist at Booking.comX

Aired November 7, 2022 | 112 min

Mathias Jessen tells us how he ended up with the name IISResetme. Then, he explains the Abstract Syntax Tree (AST). Jordan realizes he needs to learn more on the subject but appreciates the head start. Finally, we talk about how PSProfiler injects code into the AST to measure your scripts and help you find ways to speed up the runtimes.

Meet our guest

Mathias Jessen

Mathias Jessen (aka IISResetme) is a threat detection engineer who considers himself an autodidact software behavior enthusiast. Outside of his speaking engagements and participation in the DuPSUG meetup, he spends his free time playing music, console gaming, and going on adventures with his fiancé.

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Meet the hosts

Andrew Pla

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Andrew Pla, a seasoned IT professional with over 10 years of experience, has spent the last 5 years mastering PowerShell. An ardent member of the PowerShell community and a Microsoft MVP, he loves sharing his knowledge and leveraging automation to solve complex problems. You can always find him connecting with others on the PDQ Discord and troubleshooting, with the firm belief that a problem shared is a problem halved.

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Jordan Hammond

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Jordan Hammond spent years as an exchange server administrator. One day, it dawned on him that he could automate many of those mundane tasks using PowerShell. And just like that, his journey into PowerShell began. Jordan has spent the past several years working at PDQ perfecting his automation and PowerShell skills.

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