5 Commonly Used Commands in AWS CLI

5 Commonly Used Commands in AWS CLI. What Is the AWS CLI? A command-line tool built by the open-source community developers for AWS. Like many other tools, this is one of the easiest installs and has very little clutter.

Como Criar AUTOCOMPLETE com SHELL SCRIPT para seu Aplicativo

🔊 Autocomplete é uma das facilidades que ajuda e muito na agilidade do desenvolvimento no terminal. Nesse vídeo vamos ver de maneira fácil e simples como fa...

Linux Command Line for Beginners Course: 3.5 Hours!

Since Linux was first released in 1991, it has continued to gain popularity due to its open-source nature. People can freely modify and redistribute it under...

How to Handle Multiple SSH Keys with GitLab

Learn how to handle multiple SSH keys with GitLab. The problem with multiple GitLab accounts is that you can’t use one SSH key for multiple accounts. For example, you have a personal email address associated with one GitLab account. As I mentioned, you can’t have the same SSH key on GitLab accounts with different email address.

Customizing Your Terminal: How To Use and Modify Dotfiles

In this video, we will be tying together all of the information we learned in our previous two videos in order to explore and customize some pre-built dotfiles. Dotfiles can be extremely powerful and some people have put in a lot of effort to squeeze a lot of functionality into theirs.

Customizing Your Terminal: Adding Color and Information to Your Prompt

In this video, we will be learning how to customize our terminal with dotfiles. In a previous video we learned about the difference between the .bash_profile and .bashrc files. And in this video we will be customizing those files in order to add color and information to our command prompt.

Customizing Your Terminal: .bash_profile and .bashrc files

In the next few videos, we will be taking a look at how to customize our terminal with dotfiles. First, we need to understand the main dotfiles we will be working with, the .bashrc and .bash_profile files.

Linux/Mac Terminal Tutorial: Navigating your Filesystem

In this video, we will begin learning how to use the Terminal by navigating through your filesystem. This is a great way to get comfortable within your terminal, because the commands we will be learning won't have any side-effects on your system.

4 Bash Script Helpers to Get More Done

4 Bash Script Helpers to Get More Done. Keep DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) and Automate. You will find bash scripts that you can use to automate some of your workflows. This article will help you to get the basic idea on bash programming.

Video: Using the Terminal in PhpStorm

Video: Using the Terminal in PhpStorm. Christoph Rumpel demonstrates how to use the built-in terminal in PhpStorm. He goes through some of the basics and shows you how to incorporate the terminal effectively into your daily work.

Never Leave the Terminal with These Git Log Features

Never Leave the Terminal with These Git Log Features. Commit messages are written once and read infinitely more. You never go back and change commit messages. Learn about original requirements for the code you are changing. Check why a file was changed recently. Which one of the last merges broke your master branch.

You Can Track Stock Market Data From Your Terminal

As a developer, I love working with the terminal. The plain, simple, and in my opinion the best way to interact with the computer (also it makes you look geeky)

Pioneer Challenge: Overview

The Terminal hasn't changed much since the 1980s. Every other aspect of your workflow is radically different. Especially in the last decade, we’ve seen companies transform industries with the advent of collaborative software: Figma (collaborative design), Github (collaborate code), G Suite (collaborative Word and Excel) and more.

Exploring the New GitHub CLI

Github just released it’s own Command-Line Interface (CLI) so developers can now do everyday GitHub tasks from the terminal. Yay! This means no more squiggling around the UI. With this new CLI, you can now view, create, clone, or fork repositories, create, view, and edit gists, you can also work with pull requests and issues right from the terminal.

Bisecting as a troubleshooting technique, and how Git makes it even better

Before I move on, if you prefer to jump right to code examples I have created an Example Repository with instructions in the readme for trying it out. The rest of this article will be my longform explanation about my debugging techniques, git bisect, and an example of when it is useful. I’ve also got something really cool at the end of the article.

How to Avoid Accidentally Deleting Files in Terminal

Techniques for avoiding file deletion disasters on Mac and Linux. Avoiding Mistakes Firstly, don't log in as root or use sudo unless you're totally comfortable with permanently erasing your files (or at the very least restoring from a backup). Second, get in the habit of appending -i to rm commands where you may have any uncertainty about what you are deleting.

6 Lesser-Known Linux Commands You Should Try

6 Lesser-Known Linux Commands You Should Try. Linux life isn’t all about ls and grep. Sure, you’ve probably used those tools to quickly find things and solve simple problems, but that’s only the beginning.

Maybe It’s Time to Upgrade Your Terminal Experience

Maybe It’s Time to Upgrade Your Terminal Experience. The default MacOS terminal is not for you, or anyone really

My Terminal Setup: iTerm2 + ZSH + Powerlevel10k

My Terminal Emulator. zshrc and set ZSH_THEME="powerlevel10k/powerlevel10k" . Once you do so, when you start a new terminal session, the Powerlevel10 configure wizard will be ...

How to Set Up an iPad for Machine Learning Development

If you have an iPad and want to use it as a development tool, you only need to complete 5 steps before using it. In this guide, you'll learn how to: Set up an instance in a cloud; Purchase ssh client; Set up ssh ; Connect to the serve.