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I am sat in the PowerShell Saturday in Hamburg. You can see me on the right of this picture writing [my previous blog post!](https://blog.robsewell.com/net-powershell-notebooks-using-pester/) > [@JanDamaschke](https://twitter.com/JanDamaschke?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw) spricht über Asynchrones Logging in [#powershell](https://twitter.com/hashtag/powershell?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw) mit Classes und Runspaces![@hhpsug](https://twitter.com/hhpsug?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw) [#pssaturday](https://twitter.com/hashtag/pssaturday?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw) [pic.twitter.com/aCbT8p3GFs](https://t.co/aCbT8p3GFs) > > — Christoph Burmeister (@chrburmeister) [February 22, 2020](https://twitter.com/chrburmeister/status/1231204011270909954?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw) I was talking with my friend Mathias Jessen [@IISResetMe on Twitter](https://twitter.com/IISResetMe) about notebooks and he said that another great use case was to use them on Stack OverFlow Now Mathias is an active answerer on Stack OverFlow ![](https://blog.robsewell.com/assets/uploads/2020/02/image-16.png?fit=630%2C252&ssl=1) and he puts a lot of effort into writing his answers, formatting them, including code and results. Basically exactly the same as a Notebook. However, with a Notebook, you can enable people to **_run_** the code as well on their own machines. Mathias says he will use notebooks to help people when he answers their PowerShell questions on Stack OverFlow. If you are a Stack OverFlow Answerer then you can too.