Joining Objects In Powershell

Shane O’Neill makes a discovery:

…if there is enough data to import this into the database & use T-SQL then you can bet that’s what I’m going to do! It’s what it was designed for, I’d find it easier, and it’s probably going to be faster after you hit a certain threshold.

However, if it’s small sets and the effort of importing the data is going to slow you down and break your flow…

Well, that doesn’t have to be the case anymore.

Read on to see joins in action.

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