José Valim has a Twitter thread with more screenshots and details.
I created https://github.com/jpoehls/pwdtasks which does something quite similar - every time you cd it looks for a .powershell/tasks.psm1 module in the current directory and loads it if found. My use case was project specific helper functions. Similar to a .env file.
It is PowerShell specific though and this .ok has some really cool aspects that I like. Particularly the menu of options.
Working on some C# code for a custom XML schema inference engine (not XSD).
OS and running apps:
http://zduck.com has all of my technical content. Mostly PowerShell and Go, the rest is misc. Eventually I plan to migrate it to my new blog at http://joshua.poehls.me which currently only has non-technical content.
Spending my evenings writing a very custom purposed XML “schema” inference engine. The generated schema is used to generate strongly typed C# classes and serialization. Currently the project is using LINQ-to-XSD to generate the classes and .NET’s built-in XmlSchemaInference class to do the XSD creation but the whole process has many flaws I’m hoping to solve. Mostly due to XSD being a poor schema format for our needs.