Necessary repetitive interactions don’t need to take as much time to type or brain space to remember

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As an engineer, one of the most powerful tools you likely use in a day is your favorite command-line shell — this includes building, running, and testing projects, committing code, writing scripts, configuring environments, etc. These monotonous, repetitive interactions are necessary to our day-to-day work — but they don’t need to take as much time to type or brain space to remember. Building a custom CLI that wraps common commands or even something more sophisticated like a build script can be a huge productivity booster for your team.

What is a command-line interface (CLI)?

Brandon Scott

Senior Software Engineer at andculture. Passionate about quality code, new technology, and building things.

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