Have you ever wanted to stop and edit text in the middle of a pipeline? With vipe you can!
Today let’s dive a bit into the Observable module from Ruby’s standard library.
Are you still using ls to view your files and directories? So was I! Until yesterday when I learned about a wonderful new command line tool, exa.
Now that you have a $PATH let’s start using it! Today we’ll write a simple shell script in your personal bin directory.
You’ve seen me mention the $PATH or just PATH before as the place you need to add new commands for your prompt. What is that? Where is it? How does it work?
Hello again! The slides from the talk I gave at Abstractions are now online! I’ve posted them up on Speaker Deck: Power Up Your Prompt!. I hope you find them...
I’ve written a gem, Hwacha, as a wrapper around Typhoeus to allow for quick and easy response checking for multiple URLs. Let’s go through some simple use ca...