A video training course to cure you of any fear of the terminal.
The command line can be a quick, expressive, and effective way to accomplish many tasks. It's also very friendly; it just waits for your commands and only does what you tell it to. The problem is that many learning materials are not approachable for people with zero command-line knowledge. With these videos, Remy Sharp offers you a way to discover a new world of productivity.
— Stephen Hay, speaker on the subjects of CSS, web accessibility, and (web)design and open web standards and author of Responsive Design Flow
Using the terminal can help optimize your workflow and make repetitive tasks easy.
The early modules are aimed at beginners who don't particularly know where to start. By the end of the course, we'll be looking
If you're not happy the content is 100% refund if you're not happy with the content. And if you're still not sure, feel free to email me and ask.
How to use the terminal, how to navigate, shortcuts and tricks
How to install new programs, including for Ruby Gems and Node npm packages
Learn the fundamentals from piping to core programs for string manipulation
Delete files, kill processes, manipulate permissions & learn how to self diagnose
Personalize the terminal and make it a place you enjoy working
Techniques to help your web development from the command line
More bonus videos in the following weeks.
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James O'Brien, Freelance UX designer
Remy's workshop showed me how to do at least three things I'd previously thought were impossible.
George Stefanis, Disney
I attended Remy's workshop in the past and it was awesome. Would attend again 😄
Stepan Reznikov, Booking.com.
Solid pragmatic immense knowledge about...like anything you would throw at him. Easy to change his plans to respond to the audience interests.
Whilst he's not writing articles or running and speaking at conferences, he runs his own development and training company called Left Logic. He also built JS Bin, HTML5 Demos, nodemon, and many other projects.