by Ryan Irelan
Brett Terpstra is one of the best minds when it comes to improving how you use your Mac. He’s been authoring tools and scripts for years that thousands and thousands of people rely on every day.
Now you can learn Brett’s tricks in our latest course: OS X Shell Tricks.
I’m really happy to have OS X Shell Tricks available today and, I’ll be honest, I learned a ton while preparing to teach the course. It’s really, really good.
After watching this course you’ll be better prepared to take command at the command line. You will learn about a dozen different tricks for saving time and doing more. Along the way you’ll also learn some tactics to put together your own tricks.
The course covers the following:
opencommand, learn how to quick look files from the command line, batch change file extensions, and move from the Finder to the Terminal seamlessly.
sips, and create base64 version of images, including scripting it so we can quickly create a CSS background property from an image.
Ready to go? Get started learning some great OS X shell tricks