"The Keyboard Is Mightier Than The Mouse" - in some cases at least! In this workshop you will learn the basics of bash, aka how to use the Terminal on your Mac or Linux computer. The workshop will focus on navigating the file system, modifying files, & doing some simple batch operations. This will be useful for anyone who's getting started with coding, using remote servers, & tools like git that require some use of the Terminal.
This workshop is beginner-friendly, & it is focused on navigating & doing standard operations on files using a terminal.
Snacks & drinks are provided.
6:00 Sign-in6:30 WWCode NYC & Flatiron Health introduction6:40 Workshop8:30 Wrap-up & network
Required Equipment:Laptop & charger
Meet the instructor!Sam Bail is a Data Insights Engineer at Flatiron Health, a healthcare technology & data startup in New York City. Before coming to New York, Sam spent several years in the UK researching description logics & the Semantic Web while running "Manchester Girl Geeks", a small not-for-profit that offers STEM workshop to girls & women.