The Linux Users Group at Georgia Tech presents:
“ZSH Gems” by Thomas Holmquist
January 18th 2012, 7:00 PM
College of Computing building, room 102 <– New room!
(Campus Map: http://gtalumni.org/map/index.php?id=50 )
If as a Linux user you choose to spend a lot of time in the command line (a very wise choice), you will no doubt want to maximize your efficiency. With a powerful shell such as Zsh there are numerous features just hidden below the surface that will boost your productivity to new levels. This presentation will aim to familiarize you with some more advanced Zsh features that will not only come in handy but also be easy to start using with common use cases.