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Cracking the Shell at BADCamp

On October twenty-third I had the pleasure of speaking at BADCamp X, the tenth Bay Area Drupal Camp in Berkeley California. BADCamp is my favorite Drupal event not only because I can drive to it, but also because of the great people and quality of the camp, I never miss it. My talk, “Cracking the Shell: Command Line for the Drupaler” focuses on demonstrating how you can use command line interfaces (CLI) to get your work done more quickly and more effectively.

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I like to call this talk a show and tell. In it, I cover a broad array of command line tools from Bash, Git, and Vim to Drush, Tig, and Tmux with plenty of tips mixed in. The session was recorded so if you love the command line or even if you are kinda CLI phobic I can guarantee there will be something in it for you.

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Meet team member, Bob Kepford

Bob is a Lead Architect at Mediacurrent who has been slinging Drupal code since 2008. An active member of the Drupal community, Bob manages the Fresno, California Drupal User's Group, co-organizes the Decoupled Drupal Days Conference, belongs to the Drupal Association, and is the editor of TheWeeklyDrop, a popular Drupal newsletter.

Bob holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology from the University of Phoenix and is an Acquia Certified Developer. He began his web career building websites for small organizations and quickly moved into the education sector where he built conference registration systems. Prior to Mediacurrent, Bob gained a depth of web project experience in the higher education sector, leading the launch of mobile first and responsive Drupal sites. During his tenure at the State Center Community College District, he developed an online application system to replace an antiquated paper workflow. Prior to Mediacurrent, Bob was a Web Architect at Fresno Pacific University in Fresno, California. 

When he's not in front of a computer, Bob enjoys a good cup of coffee, playing bass, watching Dodgers baseball, and hanging out with his wife and two sons in sunny California. 

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