I have been working on "Computing from the Command Line" ebook since publishing "Vim Reference Guide" back in March. I was hoping to have completed the new book this month, but a couple of interruptions and other factors have delayed the release. Since I'd likely need a few more months, thought I'd give a progress report in the meantime.
Computing from the Command Line
This book aims to teach Linux command line tools and Shell Scripting to beginner/intermediate level users. You can read the draft version I've written so far here: Computing from the Command Line web version.
There are many more tools and topics to be added, but I'll be focusing on polishing the content I have written so far for the first release.
Vim Reference Guide
Adding video course for my ebooks has been a recurring feedback. I've been hesitant since my prior attempts were poor. This March, I gave myself another chance by starting with short videos. I feel like I've improved significantly over the past three months. I still have a long way to go though.
Python and CLI tips
Last November, I started posting tips on my programming blog covering Python, command line tools and Vim. After getting comfortable with recording videos, I added demos for these tips as well:
Book and bundle discounts
You can get the following books and bundles at a discounted price until 30-June-2022.
- Vim Reference Guide for FREE
- Magical one-liners for $5 (normal price $12)
- All Books Bundle for $8 (normal price $24)
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