The PaSh Project gives your POSIX script superpowers by utilizing parallelization in order to speed up execution times.
The PaSh Project gives your POSIX script superpowers by utilizing parallelization in order to speed up execution times. This leads to faster results for data scientists, engineers, biologists, economists, administrators, and programmers.
I remember the time when the saying was "Learn Perl so you don't have to learn the Shell and its hundreds of utilities".
Fast forward some decades and the use of shell scripts still has not been eradicated. On the contrary, their use has increased due to the rise of containers, VM's, administering the cloud, and Linux itself.
This also serves as a lesson to those who are quick to denounce technologies as 'dead'. There's a time where a new use case revitalizes an old technology.
So what is meant by "Unix philosophy"?
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