Yes indeed, as I say in my post the samples of my article use the PowerShell syntax. What is nice with Azure CLI is that even if it is originally designed for bash you can use it with PowerShell too if you prefer.
Yes and you can mix both, creating an Azure function is painless with cli but testing it is easier with pester and Powershell
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