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, where he develops cloud applications for the analysis and interactive visualization of genomics data. Robert holds a PhD in bioinformatics from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and a BEng in computer engineering from McGill.
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