Writing Well Behaved Command Line Applications

11 April 2019

At: Caldwell 120

Commands that work together form the basis of *nix systems. You can take advantage of existing tools by making your own work well with others.

In this Talk we’ll discuss:

  • What makes a command line application “well-behaved”
  • Why you might want to use Python (and when you might not)
  • How you can use the click package to make your own CLIs

Demos and a tutorial are available for those that want to try it for themselves.

As always, laptops are encouraged and pizza will be provided.