• fstab: what it is and how to use it

    You’ve probably heard about ‘/etc/fstab’ file, but if you don’t know how to edit this file correctly, in this tutorial you will learn all the basics.

  • Aliases

    Create aliases or shortcuts to type long commands faster.

  • Markdown syntax

    Several tools like static page generators and commenting platforms allow to use Markdown to write content. Learn the Markdown syntax in this tutorial.

  • Jekyll: a static site generator

    With Jekyll you can create a blog without using PHP, Node.js or any server-side platform, just with static pages you can upload to an object storage service like AWS S3.

  • Git: a version control system

    Git is a free and open-source distributed version control system you can use from your terminal with simple and easy-to-understand commands.

  • How to compress and extract files in Linux

    You can compress and decompress files using the terminal or a GUI. In this tutorial I will show you several programs to do this.

  • curl: the basics

    Learn how to use curl to download files, send GET and POST requests, and more.

  • find: search files and do batch operations

    You can use ‘find’ to look for files based on their names, sizes, or other properties and execute commands against them.

  • Compare files using the command line

    Learn how to compare two files with a terminal using several methods.

  • grep: how to search/filter a file or command output

    Filter any command output easily using pipes and the ‘grep’ command.