Since the early days of Unix, the shell has been part of the user's interface with the operating system. The first Unix shell (the Thompson shell) had very limited features, mainly I/O redirection and command pipelines. Later shells expanded on that early shell and added more and more capabilities, which gave us powerful features that include word expansion, history substitution, loops and conditional expressions, among many others.
Every company is a tech company. As we settle into a new holding pattern while the global community fights COVID-19, many teams now find themselves working remotely, and adapting to new roles with new responsibilities. This is an excellent time...The post Techdegree for Teams appeared first on Treehouse Blog.
Microsoft hosted its first virtual Build conference for developers last night. The company announced a bunch of new stuff including a quantum computer built with OpenAI, new building blocks for live collaboration in Office, and Lists — a collaborative app for teams. Along with all this, the tech giant is also bringing some key changes to the Windows platform for developers including bringing Linux UI to Windows, and a macOS Spotlight-like search-bar feature. Here are all the Windows-related announcements from the company: Project Reunion Microsoft has constantly tried to push developers to make Windows 10 apps that can run across… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows,Microsoft
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world’s largest contract semiconductor foundry, said today that it plans to build an advanced chip foundry in Arizona with support from the state and the United States federal government. The announcement follows a Wall Street Journal report earlier this week that White House officials were in talks with TSMC and […]
Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Picture this: You’re at your friend’s house for a party, and you want to play a song. You’ll ask them to add that song to a queue or connect your phone to their music system. Spotify has rolled out a feature called Group Sessions to end all this cumbersome process. Group Sessions will let you and your friends join a session to queue up songs. There’s no limit on how many people can join this… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Spotify