Why Use a Bash Script that Launches Multiple Command Line Tabs?
Imagine you just rebooted your computer now for some reason…
Do you have this feeling of “Ok… Ii just need to open again a bunch command line tabs, run a series of scripts, start the log tails, open the IDE and I will be good to go!”?
If you still find yourself having to run all these commands, launching all the Docker containers and mounting the entire setup when you reboot your Linux machine, then keep reading! The solution may be a few lines of bash script 😉
Ever used Grunt or Gulp? Both or none? Don’t worry!
This awesome presentation by Mark Dalgleish called build Build Wars will give you a little overview of the differences and similarities between those two builders and hopefully guide you to a final decision.
This presentation was built using Mark’s DIY Presentation Micro-Framework Bespoke.js.
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(NOTE: This presentation is a little old, and back then Gulp was still pretty new. But still gives a nice overview on both.)