Date for   Saturday, November 9, 2013 9:00:00 AM - Saturday, November 9, 2013 5:00:00 PM

Terminally ill

Front-end developers typically avoid using Linux Terminal (Command Line), usually making statements similar to "I'm a front-end developer, I don't need to learn that stuff". And maybe in the past that was an okay stance. However in the recent years there has been a slew of amazing tools created that facilitate front-end web development - tools that require (or at least strongly encourage) your use of terminal. Don't let your lack of Linux Terminal knowledge be your crutch anymore. At the very least, learning the basic commands will strongly improve your resume. This session will teach basic terminal commands while using practical examples in LESS, SASS, and CoffeeScript



About the session

The session is approved.

The presenter will not allow another presenter.

There are 26 people interested in this session.


Brad Westfall


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Calendar File


Heads up!  Log in to sign up to teach or attend this session.
Edit Session