Commands and shortcuts can boost your productivity 🔥
If you are a developer, commands and shortcuts are everywhere. Knowing the commands and shortcuts saves you a lot of time.
As a programmer, you most likely use git or will have to use git. Git is a version control system that is often used to work with code.
Vim, a programmers editor, heavily uses commands/shortcuts. The
w to jump to the next word,
b to jump backwards,
/ to search,
d2w to delete two words and so on.
You probably have to learn SQL if you use databases. Nearly all web apps use a database and SQL is the language that interacts with databases.
Linux commands are the most important part for the study of Linux. Without the knowledge of these commands, a normal Linux user cannot compete with an advance or an expert!
Some Linux commands are shown below. The ls command lists the contents of directories
The tree command lists the contents of directories in a tree-like format.
The du command shows disk usage for a directory and its subdirectories.
The find command find files.
$ find . -name "*.mkv"
The tail command just prints the last 10 lines of a file.
$ tail ~/.bash_history
The head command prints the first 10 lines of a file.
$ head ~/.bash_history