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The first change I made is replacing my default shell with Nushell. The reasoning behind it.
- It's written in Rust
- It's cross platform
- It's easy to install
- It's got major geek cred!
node script.js to
deno run script.js. Of course
deno run is a little more typing so I have already made an alias that has me just typing
So far, my work is the same, nothing else has really changed other than the above. It's almost not noticible at all. I just get to have that warm fuzzy feeling that I'm running a bunch of Rust all day. To those who will complain in comments, yes I know this post is a little pointless, but it's fun.
If anyone is really interested in this, I can do a post on getting it all setup. It's pretty simple.
Have you learned Rust? If so, I'd love to have a chat with you.