Today I needed to rename 92 photo files I exported out of Adobe Lightroom... And I didn't want to this manually.
The fastest way I've found to bulk resize the images on my Mac is to use this sips command in the Terminal app from the directory containing all of my photos:
Installing Docker on Ubuntu 18.04 is as straightforward as this Bash script to start using container technology on your computer.
Installing ROSE on RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.2 is as straightforward as executing this Bash script.
If you have a bunch of Jenkins jobs running and want to cancel them all, just use this Groovy script.
If you need to install the HPCToolkit simply execute this Bash script.
Installing Git from the command-line is as straightforward as executing this Bash script.
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