Blake, one of instructors at Flatiron School, gave today an informative lecture on dev tools and environments – irb for Ruby, Homebrew, X code command line– among other good stuff. He also gave handy tips about installing (and debugging in case it happens when installing) the aforementioned bag of tech goodies.
The part I most enjoyed about the lecture today was the keyboard shortcuts used in terminal. He scolded me a couple of times for using the mouse touch pad instead of ” alt + tab ” for changing the operating system open windows. I learned from him after this baptism by fire (I kid of course, Blake is great) that there are lot of useful commands that allow you to navigate the terminal without ever using the mouse again if you so desire. After researching more about this topic and practicing some commands I mastered a few commands today. Here they are:
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