I recently decided to dive into Powershell. Everybody who knows my background might have the idea, that this isn't exactly easy for me.
So I've decided to come up with a Learning Diary, where I document the things that I've learned, the questions I have, the difficulties I face and the success I might experience. There are a few reasons:
1. I will go through what I've learned to foster the lessons. I can see where I struggled, what was easy and have a good documentation about my learning journey.
2. I can share my experiences with everybody who's interested and might find new ideas, explanations and start a knowledge exchange with everybody out there.
3. PowerShell trainer and experts may find it helpful to see, with which topics a non-experienced n00b struggles the most.