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What Does a Coder Do If They Can't Type? | Objective Funk
In August of 2015, my hands stopped working. I could still control them, but every movement accumulated more pain, so every motion came with a cost: getting dressed in the morning, sending a text, lifting a glass. I was interning at Google that summer about to begin a PhD in Scotland, but coding all day would have left me in agony. In relating this story, I often mention that for months before I learned to work without my hands, I had nothing to do but go to a bar and order a shot of...
handsfree  pc  command  howto  disability  health  accessibility  programmig 
2 days ago by gilberto5757
3 commands to reboot Linux (plus 4 more ways to do it safely) |
Learn how to reboot Linux through many different methods, from the GUI to deep within the command line.
linux  reboot  shutdown  command 
16 days ago by gilberto5757
59 Linux Networking commands and scripts
An ongoing list of Linux Networking Commands and Scripts. These commands and scripts can be used to configure or troubleshoot your Linux network.
linux  networking  command  list 
27 days ago by gilberto5757
Do-nothing scripting: the key to gradual automation – Dan Slimmon
Every ops team has some manual procedures that they haven't gotten around to automating yet. Toil can never be totally eliminated. Very often, the biggest toil center for a team at a growing company will be its procedure for modifying infrastructure or its procedure for provisioning user accounts. Partial instructions for the latter might look…
script  manual  execution  scripting  todolist  command  list  cli  howto 
4 weeks ago by gilberto5757
15 Docker Commands You Should Know – Towards Data Science
In this article we’ll look at 15 Docker CLI commands you should know. If you haven’t yet, check out the rest of this series on Docker concepts, the ecosystem, Dockerfiles, and keeping your images…
docker  command  intro 
8 weeks ago by gilberto5757
At least one Vim trick you might not know • Hillel Wayne
I’ve been using Vim for eight years and am still discovering new things. This is usually seen as a Good Thing About Vim. In my head, though, it’s a failing of discoverability: I keep discovering new things because Vim makes it so hard to know what’s available.
While people often talk about the beauty of modal editing or text objects, I don’t think that gets at the essence of Vim.
vim  vi  advanced  command  trick 
10 weeks ago by gilberto5757
Eight Obscure Bash Options You Might Want to Know About – zwischenzugs
Some bash options are well known, and well-used. For example, many people put set -o xtrace at the top of their scripts to debug them, set -o errexit to exit on error, or set -o errunset to exit if a variable is referenced but not set. But there are many other options you can set.…
bash  advanced  command 
may 2019 by gilberto5757
Using the force at the Linux command line |
Like the Jedi Force, -f is powerful, potentially destructive, and very helpful when you know how to use it.
force  f  option  unix  command 
may 2019 by gilberto5757
GitHub - ranger/ranger: A VIM-inspired filemanager for the console
A VIM-inspired filemanager for the console. Contribute to ranger/ranger development by creating an account on GitHub.
vim  command  filemanager  opensource  floss  cli  shell 
may 2019 by gilberto5757
15 Git Commands You May Not Know ·
Here is a list of 15 Git commands that you may not know yet, but hopefully they will help you out on a journey to master this tool.
git  howto  advanced  command 
may 2019 by gilberto5757
GitHub - repeats/Repeat: Repeat yourself with some intelligence. This, if used correctly, can improve your productivity greatly.
Repeat yourself with some intelligence. This, if used correctly, can improve your productivity greatly. - repeats/Repeat
keyboard  command  input  simulation  key  opensource  floss 
april 2019 by gilberto5757
27 incredibly useful Google Sheets tips
There’s much more to Google Sheets than meets the eye. Unlock these advanced options–and watch your productivity soar.
googledocs  spreadsheet  tip  suggestion  advanced  command 
april 2019 by gilberto5757
GitHub - bimlas/node-fosh: Node CLI: Execute shell commands in multiple directories grouped by tags
Node CLI: Execute shell commands in multiple directories grouped by tags - bimlas/node-fosh
cli  shell  console  multiple  directory  command  exec  tool  opensource  floss  unix 
april 2019 by gilberto5757
Don't git revert that last commit, git reset instead
Do you want to reverse a change in your code and think you need to git revert the last commit? For better version control, the best option is almost always git reset.
git  reset  revert  command  tutorial 
march 2019 by gilberto5757
GitHub - dylanaraps/pure-bash-bible: 📖 A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
bash  advanced  command  cli  list  manual  doc 
june 2018 by gilberto5757
GitHub - wting/autojump: A cd command that learns - easily navigate directories from the command line
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
directory  change  command  unix  cli  console  shell  filesystem  navigation 
march 2018 by gilberto5757
5 different ways to backup your PostgreSQL database using Python
Now, backing-up a PostgreSQL database from a bash shell is pretty easy. Just invoke pg_dump like this: You’ll also want to compress your backup. You can easily save a lot of disk space by gzipping…
postgresql  python  backup  shell  cli  command  execution  example 
march 2018 by gilberto5757
Linux utils that you might not know - Shiroyasha
I’ve used Linux as my primary operating system for well over ten years, yet I
still stumble upon things that are completely unknown to me. For example...
coreutils  unix  linux  cli  command  advanced  tip 
november 2017 by gilberto5757
12 cool things you can do with GitHub – Hacker Noon
I’m going to start with one that I think most people know (even though I didn’t know until a week ago). When you’re in GitHub, looking at a file (any text file, any repository), there’s a little…
github  advanced  feature  command  esiting  linking 
september 2017 by gilberto5757
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