Linux starter kit for developers
Want to learn code on Linux but unsure how/where to start? Here are some handy cheat sheets and more to get you going quickly.
Linux Commands Cheat Sheet
Easy to use shortcuts for developers Whether you are new to Linux or have years of experience, you may find yourself encountering tasks you haven’t done lately. That is where the cheat sheet can help. In this Linux Commands Cheat Sheet find: Basic to more advanced shortcuts. Screenshots to help you verify you are doing it correctly. Tips from ssh to tar -xf somefile.tar.qz we’ve got you covered. Taken from the personal cheat sheets of the Red Hat Developer Program team for you to save or print to take with you.
Advanced Linux Commands Cheat Sheet
There is a lot to know about Linux. If you know the basic commands of Linux then this cheat sheet can help you take your skills to the next level. In this cheat sheet, author Maxim Burgerhout, uses the development of a LAMP application as an example and provides commands to: Get started developing a web application on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Set up a SELinux boolean Run a program in the background in your shell Use Java instead of PHP Try it out on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 here.
.NET Core 2.0 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Cheat Sheet
Now that Windows developer can write code that runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) with almost no learning curve the app dev environment is changing. .NET developers can now move into microservices. Getting started can be easy too. In this cheat sheet, author Don Schenck, provides: The basics on installing .NET Core 2.0 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Getting to Hello World How to get a simple program running Running your .NET code in a Linux container
Containers Cheat Sheet
Easy to use shortcuts for developers Whether you are new to Containers or have experience, you may find yourself encountering tasks you haven’t done lately. That is where the cheat sheet can help. In this Containers Cheat Sheet find: Introduction to Container architecture Engine, image, registry, volume, related commands Example of running a web server container Save this cheat sheet or print to take it with you.
Developing Cloud-Native Applications with Microservices Architectures
This Red Hat Training course (DO092) encapsulates a series of Red Hat produced, on-demand online videos that will teach you about microservices frameworks, tools, and architectures.