Code Monke #2: Getting to know the Command Line

My current terminal, very spooky 👻

What is a Window Server?

My Activity Monitor at the time of this writing

Back to My Internship at FreeBSD

Getting Accustomed

I got DUMMY QUICC 💯💻💨💨

Me now!

What I use now

  1. vim: it’s a command-line-based file editor
  2. tmux: is a terminal multiplexer
  3. The Silver Searcher: a really fast search tool for your files and folders
  4. iterm 2: a better terminal for MacOS
  5. ideaVim: an amazing vim plugin that works amazingly on all JetBrains IDE’s
  6. zsh and oh-my-zsh: zsh is a unix shell like bash, but together with oh-my-zsh it offers amazing command-completion both in your desktop and in your git projects.

Last But Not Least

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I like solving problems, making people laugh, and dancing.

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