With the latest MacOS release, Catalina, the default operating shell was switched from bash to zsh. This was announced pretty early on, so it wasn’t a surprise and I had “Learn ZSH” on my to do list for quite some time but now that I have updated my machines, it reminds you that you need to switch to zsh. And while it is possible to hide that message, this is as good opportunity as ever to make the switch.

There are several frameworks that make it easy to switch as well. The most popular of them is Robby Russell’s Oh…

Jake Schwartz

Engineering Manager at Zignal Labs. Interested in data pipeline and backend development with Scala, search using Elasticsearch, and food trucks