- 出版社: The Pragmatic Programmers; 2nd Revised edition (2012年12月18日)
- 丛书名: Pragmatic Programmers
- 平装: 424页
- 语种： 英语
- ISBN: 9781937785079
- 条形码: 9781937785079
- 商品尺寸: 19 x 2.4 x 22.9 cm
- 商品重量: 744 g
- ASIN: 1937785076
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Mac Kung Fu (英语) 平装 – 2012年12月18日
""All levels of Mac users will enjoy this book. I particularly like the types of tips that the book offers that boost productivity, customize the working environment, and just make using a Mac more fun!""--Fred Daoud, Author of "Stripes...and Java Web Development Is Fun Again" ""Mac Kung Fu, Second Edition contains a plethora of excellent Mac advice. It is accessible to new users, and even experienced Mac enthusiasts will find ways to make their lives simpler and more efficient.""--Loren Sands-Ramshaw, Orglist ""Keir Thomas has compiled one of the most useful and interesting assembly of Mac tips and tricks available today. Packed with how-to insights and easy-to-follow steps, Mac Kung Fu, Second Edition is a knowledgeable guide to have by your side every step of the way."""" --Mike Riley, Advanced technologist and author of "Programming Your Home"
Keir Thomas is an award-winning author with more than ten computing books to his name, two of which have been published through Pragmatic Bookshelf. A former computer magazine editor, his work has been published around the world and translated into many different languages. He has blogged professionally for the MacWorld and PCWorld websites, among others. He previously wrote the best-selling Ubuntu Kung Fu for Pragmatic Bookshelf.
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The ideal audience of this book is an intermediate Mac user who isn't afraid of making changes to program settings or going into terminal and typing a command or two. Knowledge of UNIX or programming isn't required, just an adventuresome attitude and a willingness to learn.
Most of the tips were commands and functions I never knew existed and wasn't looking for them but now that I've found them I couldn't imagine life without them. For example, a simple terminal command will turn off that annoying question about using TIme Machine on a new hard drive when it's plugged in. Another amazing tip is being able to show the full path names of file locations in the title bar. Saves me the confusion of knowing which disk is the original and which is the copy.
Probably all of these commands, tips, and tricks can be found online somewhere but Kung Fu puts it all together from a reliable source so you can take your Mac skills to the next level.
Pros: Amazing tips and tricks
Cons: No blackbelt issued at the end