What to say about myself...here are some of my beliefs:
- To promote User competence and propagate it-- help Users so that they get their work done *and* grow as technology users.
- Always have an answer-- especially if it is `I don't know`.
- You should not be afraid of a `Shell`
- You should strive to learn good `Bash`
- You should strive to have a strong understanding of `File Descriptors`, `Substitution`, and `Redirection`. And `Pipes`!
- You should learn `AWK`
- You should learn `SED`
- You should learn `find`
- You should learn `grep`
- You should learn `Common Lisp` (or `Scheme`, or `Racket`)
- You should learn `Emacs` `#Vanilla` `#EVIL` `#Spacemacs`
- Then you should learn `Org Mode`
- If on macOS, you should use `MacPorts` and the latest `Bash`, as well as setting default utils to `GNU`. This will give more options toward solution.
- You should do `Linux`, `proto typing`, and `new tooling` experiments on a regular basis.
- GUIs usually get in the way. Tiling window managers and a Terminal window are where it's at.
- `Markdown` is awesome!
More to come.