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May the 4th be with you! (Pardon us, we couldn’t resist a Star Wars joke there!) This week, we’ve got a brand new book on data mesh architecture, a new course for .NET developers, and a fun way to look at git internals using Linus Torvalds’ initial commit!
Today’s tip is a quick one. Instead of using the up arrow to tab through your Linux history to find that one extra-complicated command you ran recently, you can run:
Then your last -5 (or however many you want) commands will show up on the screen! Here’s an example from my computer:
5461 sudo powermetrics --samplers smc |\ngrep -i "CPU die temperature"\n 5462 powermetrics -h 5463 history -10 5464 history -5 5465 history -1
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