My previous post was about the handing of background jobs in Bash. To start a command in the background, one simply needs to append an
& to the command.
kill can be used to bring the process to the foreground or send signals to it. However…
In the recent years, there has been a certain (and welcome) uptick in interest and content on the topic of engineering management. In mid-January this year, I was fortunate to receive an early-access copy of Will Larson’s new book on management — An Elegant Puzzle. I’ve…