When working on different projects, with different repo’s, etc. I often find myself forgetting to update a repository prior to making modifications (especially when not using VS Code to quickly change something). Therefor I wrote a small script which will loop through all folders in the current working directory, find all GIT folders/repositories, performs a git pull in each one of them and then outputs the status + current branch to the console. You can find the script in my blogpost at https://www.wueez.com/2018/09/05/using-powershell-to-update-all-your-git-repositories/
Example of the output:
/Users/user/azure/repo1 – master – Already up to date.
/Users/user/azure/repo2 – master – Already up to date.
/Users/user/azure/repo3 – develop – Already up to date.