In this post, I'll explain the concepts behind the Linux command line and I'll demo loads of useful stuff. You'll learn how to quickly navigate, find files, examine and search through logs, how to investigate a system under load, a bit of shell scripting, ssh tunneling and more!
As a developer, you often have to deal with Linux servers. Troubleshooting, digging through logs, editing configuration files, you name it. If you're used to working with Windows or OSX GUI's, the Linux terminal might appear fairly basic and difficult to use.
But, with some basic background knowledge and a small set of terminal commands in your toolbox, it can actually be extremely powerful and loads of fun!
In this session, I'll explain the concepts behind the Linux command line and I'll demo loads of useful stuff. You'll learn how to quickly navigate, find files, examine and search through logs, how to investigate a system under load, a bit of shell scripting, ssh tunneling and more!
At the end of this session, you'll have the chance to throw your own problems and use cases at me - I'll come up with solutions on the spot. Bring your own problems ;-)
This talk takes places entirely in the command line. No slides, no IDE, just a plain terminal window. After this session, you'll be on your way to master the Linux command line yourself!
What will the audience learn from this talk? In this talk, you'll learn everything you need to know about the Linux command line as a developer.
Does it feature code examples and/or live coding? Yes, it's a 100% live coding talk – I'll spend the entire session in a Linux terminal.
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