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Eklavya
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This actually happens

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  • 5
    Can’t wait for tomorrow
  • 1
    I used to keep a series of DOS 'tree' command prompts open on my PC back in the day.

    Same result.
  • 2
    I guess u r not surronded by other devs
  • 12
    These posts get worse and worse holy fuck
  • 2
    Hackers prefer terminals like bash 😏

    Edit: watch out with this, i was accused once by people thinking i was one.. 🙄
  • 0
    @Stuxnet have you read this book? I didn't start on it yet.
  • 1
    @rooter RHUBBTBNABPSLZ

    (Real Hackers Use Bash-Based Terminals But Never Actually Bash, Probably Something Like Zsh)
  • 0
    Dude you're just a meme bot. Fuck off.
  • 1
    @10Dev not sure about that. I prefer bash / sh because it's standard on all machines. You can use this skill on any server. It's more agile. If you can use sudo to install zsh there's not a lot to hack anymore. I would actually have tears of joy if I see that a hacker did this
  • 2
    @rooter twice lol
  • 0
    @Stuxnet damn, it's that good? To get an idea of how good it is - how much time did you read harry potter? 😁
  • 2
    @rooter oh God I read each one like two or three times in middle school bc I was hired if reading other books + my school didn't have any left id like lmao

    And I read it once like 3 years ago and then again this past summer bc it's the only book I had at the time
  • 0
    @Stuxnet good enough, will try the book. But will finish a Dutch one first. Even while spoke English for few years full time - I prefer Dutch. Easier on the mind
  • 1
    Same was said about me when a colleague saw my Linux Mint Default Wallpaper™
  • 1
    @rooter while it is true that if you have to sudo install zsh it is not required anymore, it helps on machines which already have it installed
  • 1
    @asgs I agree with you, but i think it's wise to be expert on common stuff instead of requiring 3rd party. If it's pre installed it's ok of course. I have a bashrc that kinda gives you zsh functionality (like git branch name) in bash if you're interested
  • 1
    @rooter yeah, I do the same stuff, too. Point is learning zsh and using it in its originality gives that satisfaction and we can't stop people from learning it due to the popularity among dev community
  • 1
    A non-dev with whom I'd been working once asked me why I was showing off my fancy and complicated software, I'd just opened sourcetree to switch branches ._.
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