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This may sound generic and non technical to many but i can use some quality advice here. I am an technical support engineer who happens to be interested in shell scripting. My job does not need me to code and i need some advice on how i can develop my self as a shell scripting resource as i would like to make scripting / programing as one of the competency for future roles. I am already working on simple scrips using cent os and VMware. Any advice will be appreciated!

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    Try answering shell questions here. – Stéphane Chazelas Aug 17 '14 at 8:39
  • possible duplicate of Resources to learn shell scripting – polym Aug 17 '14 at 8:52
  • Also just code more, maybe read some scripts that are out there to learn how they work. And follow Stephane's suggestion, learn by teaching others ;). – polym Aug 17 '14 at 8:57
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Basic Bash reference you can find here:

There are a lot of interesting ideas in tutorials and examples, so do your search or follow these:

there are many links to tutorials on long term sites like this listed on wiki.bash-hackers.org :

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  • Also take into account that many programmers on Stack Exchange(SE) often include links to their blogs (where they often post bash scripts examples) form their profiles on SE.

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