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Shell Programming with bash

The Linux shell is much more than just a way to enter individual commands. In this session, we'll learn to use bash's built-in programming elements, including loops, tests and conditions, variables, and functions. With the full power of the shell at your fingertips, your efficiency and productivity will skyrocket!

If you would like to follow along with the examples, please bring a laptop that a) runs Linux or Mac OSX, or b) allows you to log in to a Linux server using ssh.

Peter Ruprecht from CU's Research Computing will again be giving this great Linux tutorial.

We are meeting in room 215 of the TLC building. Please see map for exact locatioin. If you driving, I would park at the Euclid Autopark.

Hope to see you there!


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