Presented by:

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Adam Monsen

from C-SATS, Inc.

Adam is a Seattle native. He co-founded SeaGL (Seattle GNU/Linux Conference) to bring a LFNW-type experience to Seattle and to entice RMS to lecture in Seattle. His day job is Senior Director of Engineering at C-SATS, a Seattle startup bringing AI to surgery for the best possible patient care. Adam values kindness above all else.

What is the command line? How do I use it? Why should I learn it?

Come learn from a kid's point of view the most basic and useful aspects of the the CLI (command-line interface).

10-year old Alice and father Adam will demonstrate how anyone can use and gain massive value and benefit from learning and using the command line on a regular basis.

This active, engaging presentation is jam-packed with live demos. The demos are in Bash running on a GNU/Linux system, and the concepts will be applicable to any operating system.

Date:
Duration:
45 min
Room:
Conference:
LinuxFest Northwest 2019
Language:
Track:
Code
Difficulty:
Easy