When writing code that needs the current time, don’t hardcode a reference to the current time.... ➦
When programming, you may have to work with dates and times in different time-zones, or look at events in calendars in the past or future. You can do all of these using GUI tools, but your Unix command-line is there for you (and easier to script).... ➦
If you’re introducing Kotlin to an existing Java codebase, you’ll probably have places in your code where new Kotlin code has to call existing Java code, or vice-versa. Kotlin’s default behavior for Java interop poses a subtle, but significant safety problem with nullability.... ➦
When working on the command-line, it’s often useful to paste from the system clipboard to a command-line tool, or to copy output from the command-line into your system clipboard.
pbpaste do this. On Linux, you can use