A basic understanding of bash and the command line
For a sneak peak of what you’ll learn at this workshop, make sure to check out my article about “The wondrous world of Bash arrays”
A Linux laptop
On most days, bash is a great tool for quick-and-dirty file manipulation and system management. Join Robert Aboukhalil to learn how the command line allows you to do a whole lot more, including arrays, functions, parsing JSON, and process substitution.
Building standalone scripts
Robert Aboukhalil is a bioinformatics software engineer at Invitae, which means he spends his time engineering software for bioinformatics purposes. Specifically, he develops cloud applications to enable the interactive analysis and exploration of genomics data. Robert has a PhD in bioinformatics from CSHL and a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from McGill.
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