Linux – The Productive Programmer’s Best Friend

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About Course

Learn how to use Linux to boost your programming productivity and become a more efficient developer.

In this comprehensive course, you will learn:

  • The best Linux terminals to use for programming
  • How to use clipboard managers to save time and effort
  • How to use Vim, the most powerful text editor for programmers
  • How to use Zsh and the oh-my-zsh framework to customize your terminal experience
  • Extensive lessons on terminal commands, including how to find and replace text, work with pipes and subshells, and automate tasks
  • And much more!

You will also receive access to a repository of scripts and an eBook containing all of the examples and explanations from the course.

This course is perfect for programmers who are new to Linux or who want to learn how to use Linux more effectively.

Enroll today and start your journey to becoming a more productive programmer with Linux!

Here are some of the benefits of learning how to use Linux for programming:

  • Linux is a powerful and flexible operating system that can be customized to meet your specific needs.
  • Linux is also very efficient, which can make a big difference in your productivity, especially when working with large projects.
  • Linux has a wide range of built-in tools and utilities that are designed for programmers, such as the Bash shell, Vim, and Git.
  • Linux is also open source, which means that there is a large community of developers who are constantly contributing to and improving the platform.

If you are serious about becoming a more productive programmer, then learning how to use Linux is an essential skill. This course will teach you everything you need to know to get started.

Enroll today and start boosting your productivity!

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What Will You Learn?

  • I'll increase my terminal productivity by using Terminator, Guake and other tools
  • I'll be able to use regular expressions, pipes and subshells and external shell scripting libraries
  • I'll work with files like a vim-fu master
  • I'll increase my command line productivity (by learning how to use sed, find, tmux, network, autoenv and more)
  • I'll be able to launch a webserver, modify images and productively work with Git
  • I'll edit files without leaving the terminal, use the screen space efficiently and copy-paste like a pro
  • All in all: I will double my terminal productivity

Course Content


  • Introduction
  • Terminator- Hasta La Vista Terminal
  • Guake – Not Quake!
  • Clipit- Forget Everything, Paste from History

Productive Shells: Reinvent The Way You Work

Vim Kung Fu

CLI: The Hidden Recipe

Developers’ Treasure

Closing Chapter

Bonus Chapter

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