It’s Monday after the Super Bowl so we are going to keep this lite. Today’s module isn’t business related at all, unless your in the Lego business. It’s a great module that helps you view and maintain your Lego collection.
With that said, welcome the Brickset Module. I’ve already been playing with it and really like it. I was initially going to make my own, but I rather use his as a base and expand off of it.
If you already have your collection in a csv or xlsx it makes it super easy to add them in, instead of going to the website to add them each. If you already have a brickset account and an excel sheet? I’m working on a script to compare and sync between the two.
Any option on the Brickset website can be done in the module, see how many pieces or mini figs you have, see only certain themed sets, and even pulling instructions for sets you have!
Hope this makes your Lego experience even more fun and you get to learn/practice PowerShell skills while playing with it!
I’ll be working on some dashboards too in the near future. Any certain things you want to see?