This is the first part of an ongoing series on mastering jq. jq is a valuable tool that every fast coder has in their tool chest. It contains depths of…
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Repeatedly reaching for your mouse slows you down in the short term, and in the long term brings on health problems (RSI). To stay fast and healthy...
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vi isn’t good because it “doesn’t use the mouse” or because its “modal” or because its “a command line program” vi is good because...
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I thought wpm would be the metric to determine the fastest keyboard layout. It’s not. What matters? RSI, Repetitive Stress Injury.
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In this tutorial, we’ll demonstrate jq features that help us code bash faster.
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In tutorial, we will go over how to use jq to transform xml data as well as any other data format, including binary formats.
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In this tutorial, we’ll explore one of sed’s most powerful features: find-and-replace.
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There are a lot of tools that diff json, but only json-diff makes it easy to write programs to process the diff output...
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In this tutorial, we will go over the basics of using sed, an ancient and powerful text manipulator. We will go over real sed examples that you can cop…
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In this tutorial, we’ll discuss features of jq that will slow you down and what to use instead. jq has 3 fabulously dangerous methods...
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Code faster by writing your code as an RLW (an acronym standing for read, logic, write) using the RLW template. RLWs are faster to code than other code…
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Wouldn’t you rather write a program than type the same thing 100 times? Me too, let’s talk about how.
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