I recently (yesterday in fact) gave two talks, about shell and linux security respectively.
They ended up being almost 3h (I can’t help it, once I start talking, I wont shut up), with a higher level than I expected, but I think they were nice anyway.
At least I hope they’ll remember some of the “You must not do this” things I repeated over and over, as that can save them from a zombie apocalipse.
I made a small presentation (mostly a guide) with a script using bash4 capabilities to process an RST file.
That script is now availble at my codesamples github repository , among other bash4 and python samples.
Most important topics where:
- “Quote, Quote again, Quote I said!”
- “Use as little external tools as possible, bash is powerful enough”