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Tired of running long jobs on the server only to be disconnected and lose all your work? Or are you already a `screen` user and you're curious about alternatives? Would you like to easily and automatically set up your terminal-based workflows and switch between them as you need? Want to pick up on your home machine where you left off at the office? Or just decide you're tired of working on your desktop and want to move to the couch with your laptop?
All these and more are reasons to check out `tmux`, the terminal multiplexer. In this talk, I'll explore `tmux` and what it has to offer; how it can help you; how to configure it; how to script it; how to easily automate it with `tmuxinator`; and how you might enjoy it more than what you're using now.
Wolf has been a software engineer for 40 years and spoken on Open Source related topics around the world. He's worked on such varied projects as Mozilla, Final Cut Pro, the Newton, and the SoundDroid. He currently works on K-12 learning software at Cambium Learning Group in Ann Arbor, MI.
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