Long, long ago, before the first Python script hatched, before the first Ruby gem was mined, even before the first Perl module was encapsulated, there was the shell. Early Unix administrators and developers made the most of their shell scripts by exploiting many useful utilities that adhered to the Unix philosophy -- do one thing and do it well.
This presentation will demonstrate a set of these utilities in conjunction with shell programming best practices that will help you get the most out of your scripts.
About Our Speaker
Mr. Corbesero, aka "Flash", is currently on the DevOps team at Synchronoss Technologies working with cloud infrastructures and configuration management. He graduated from Lehigh University with degrees in Computer Engineering and Computer Science. Previously, in addition to various consulting projects, he has held the positions of systems manager and adjunct lecturer at Lehigh University in the EECS department, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Moravian College, and systems administrator and systems programmer at PenTeleData.