Let’s talk about our favorite terminal tools (Ep. 521)
A terminal shouldn't have to feel...terminal.
On today’s episode we chat with Anthony Dellavecchia, a developer advocate at Twilio, about some of his favorite tools for boosting productivity and why he went all out building his personal website.
You can learn more about Anthony here.
His favorite terminal tool at the moment is Warp, which describes itself as “a blazingly fast, Rust-based terminal reimagined from the ground up to work like a modern app.”
His personal website features a live chat function. Sometimes it’s actually Tony, sometimes it’s just a bot.
No lifeboat badge today. We”ll be taking a break for the holidays and will resume episodes in 2023. Until then, enjoy the holidays.terminal, the stack overflow podcast, warp
Warp’s interface looks good. But that’s about it.
It’s closed-source, Mac-only, requires a Wasp login, and with “Pricing TBD” for teams.
Kitty-terminal seems similar and has many advantages in comparison.
La verdad que sí amigo
Jajaja no le entendí estás diciendo terminales de enchufe electrónico verdad jajaja yo cuando comencé a leer pence que era terminal bancao🤣🤣