A Linux machine is a powerful computing platform. While many of us are adept users, there are hundreds of tricks that can speed up repetitive tasks; I'll cover 42 of them. With a little knowledge, you can copy large files quickly with nothing more than tar and netcat, use git (and github or bitbucket) to synchronize your dotfiles across many machines, or spin up a temporary webserver to share a file with a new friend in South Africa.
This two hour talk will be a deep dive into using git. We'll start with the basics, led by example, and move on to more interesting and advanced usage topics. All topics will be accompanied by example. Audience participation is desired and can help drive the direction of the talk.
There will be two presenters, Jesse Keating and Adam Monsen. If we can't answer a question between the two of us, you win a cake*.
* The cake is a lie.