Thursday 18th June, 2009
1:45pm to 3:30pm
I teach Linux/Unix skills to hundreds of students every year. Many of them are relatively inexperienced with the Unix command line and I see them getting frustrated or taking round-about approaches to solving problems, when in reality just knowing a few simple tricks would make them vastly more productive.
Topics covered include:
-- Command line history and tab completion skills
-- Fun with find and xargs
-- Loop constructs
-- cut vs. awk
-- sort and uniq
The talk is interactive and full of live demos. Students can bring their own laptops and play along.
Computer Forensics and Information Security. SANS Institute Faculty Fellow. Always looking for new challenges. And lately, always on the road. bio from Twitter
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