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Using Command Prompt to Create a Symbolic Link on Windows
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Symbolic Links allow you to create a reference in your file system to another file or directory. This allows you to reference the same file in multiple places without having to physically copy it into each place.

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Using PowerShell to Create a Symbolic Link on Windows
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Symbolic Links allow you to create a reference in your file system to another file or directory. This allows you to reference the same file in multiple places without having to physically copy it into each place.

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Installing Nyancat using the .NET CLI
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The .NET CLI includes the ability to install additional developer tools like powershell. This is a powerful feature that enables you to add tools to your developer environment without leaving your terminal.

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Exploring Gui.cs - Custom Terminal UI's in .NET
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Gui.cs is a library put together by Miguel de Icaza that allows you to compose complex Terminal UI’s using a collection of View components such as Windows, Buttons, ListViews or Labels.

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Using Your Terminal's Directory Stack to Work With Multiple Directories
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Your terminal can maintain a list of directories you have visited by storing them in a stack. You can manipulate this stack using commands like pushd to push a new entry onto this stack or popd to pop an existing entry off of the current stack.

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Navigate Your Shell With pushd and popd - Quick Tip
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There are a few ways to navigate your shell in terminals. One of the less common but useful ways I’ve found when working with multiple directories takes advantage of the directory stack most terminals maintain.

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Learning The .NET Core Command Line
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How do you start a new .NET Core project from the command line? How do you learn how to use the commands and figure out what is available for you?

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Lets Make Unity Shell - Part 2 Live
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Continuing our work on Unity Shell a CLI in Unity! https://github.com/WorldOfZero/Unity-Shell