~whereswaldon/presentations

ae32ac10ffb22aa5d09a400e4fba79c8eb000121 — Chris Waldon 4 years ago 287a259
Final tweaks
2 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

M makefile
M terminal-velocity-ato-2019.md
M makefile => makefile +2 -2
@@ 4,11 4,11 @@ REVEAL_ARCHIVE=reveal.js.tar.gz
watch:
	ls | entr -p make regen

regen:
regen: reveal.js
	pandoc -t revealjs -s terminal-velocity-ato-2019.md -o ./index.html --slide-level 2
	reload-browser Firefox

revealjs:
reveal.js:
	curl -o $(REVEAL_ARCHIVE) -L https://github.com/hakimel/reveal.js/archive/$(REVEAL_VERSION).tar.gz
	tar xzvf $(REVEAL_ARCHIVE)
	mv ./reveal.js-$(REVEAL_VERSION)/ reveal.js

M terminal-velocity-ato-2019.md => terminal-velocity-ato-2019.md +8 -0
@@ 12,6 12,10 @@

---

The views expressed in this presentation are entirely my own, and show not be construed to be the opinion of any of my employers (past, present, or future).

---

I'm going to show you a bunch of cool _interactive_ tools. I am *not* advocating that you 
install all of them on your production systems *or* that you assume that they 
are available when writing portable shell scripts.


@@ 319,3 323,7 @@ bat makefile
- github.com/whereswaldon

Share your favorite tools with me!

This presentation available at:

git.sr.ht/~whereswaldon/presentations