Bash Shell Scripting Course Overview

Bash Shell Scripting Course Overview

The Bash Shell Scripting course is a comprehensive bash training course designed to introduce learners to the Linux environment and the basics of shell scripting using bash. It is structured into 20 detailed modules, each covering different aspects of bash scripting and Linux command-line usage, ensuring a bash scripting full course experience.

Starting with the history and fundamentals of Linux, learners will explore file systems, directories, and Linux commands. The course then delves into the intricacies of working with files, managing user input, and understanding the shell environment. Advanced topics include variables, arrays, program output design, input/output management, shell arithmetic, and control flow with branching and looping.

Learners will also gain proficiency in pattern matching, text processing with tools like 'awk' and 'sed,' and writing utility scripts for practical tasks. Each module is paired with a lab session for hands-on practice, solidifying the knowledge gained and applying it to real-world scenarios. This course is ideal for those looking to master bash scripting and enhance their Linux command-line skills.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in our Bash Shell Scripting course, participants are expected to have the following minimum prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of operating systems, particularly familiarity with the Unix or Linux environment.
  • Ability to navigate the file system using command-line interface (CLI) commands.
  • Familiarity with basic Linux commands such as ls, cd, cp, and rm.
  • Understanding of fundamental concepts such as files, directories, and permissions in a Linux/Unix context.

These prerequisites are designed to provide a foundation upon which the course content will build. They are not meant to exclude interested learners but to ensure that they can keep pace with the course material and maximize their learning outcomes. If you are new to Linux or Unix, we recommend that you start with an introductory course to gain the necessary background before enrolling in the Bash Shell Scripting course.

Target Audience for Bash Shell Scripting

The Bash Shell Scripting course is ideal for professionals seeking to master Linux command-line and automation skills.

  • System Administrators
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Software Developers working on Linux environments
  • Data Scientists who need to manage large datasets on Linux
  • Technical Support Specialists
  • Network Administrators
  • Database Administrators
  • IT Students interested in learning scripting
  • Security Analysts with a focus on Linux systems
  • Cloud Engineers managing Linux servers
  • IT Professionals looking to automate tasks in Linux environments
  • Researchers requiring command line scripting for projects
  • Technical Writers documenting Linux-based processes and scripts

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Bash Shell Scripting?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes:

Gain practical expertise in Bash Shell Scripting through hands-on lessons covering Linux OS fundamentals, script creation, flow control, and automation to enhance your system administration skills.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the origins of Linux, file systems, and their structures to navigate and manipulate the Linux environment effectively.
  • Acquire command-line proficiency, including command basics, history, and editing, to streamline workflow in the Linux terminal.
  • Master file management and user interaction techniques, learning to list files, get help, and manage file displays.
  • Learn shell essentials, such as different types of shells, features, customization, and the use of shell aliases for efficient command execution.
  • Develop the ability to write and debug Bash scripts, including the use of proper syntax, the "shebang" line, and script execution methodologies.
  • Utilize variables in scripts with a focus on assignment, usage, attributes, quoting, and substring manipulation to create dynamic scripts.
  • Implement array variables and user input handling, enhancing script flexibility and interactive capabilities.
  • Design and manage program output, mastering formatted output, echo, I/O redirection, and the use of pipes and tees.
  • Apply shell arithmetic and logic testing to perform calculations and conditionally execute code blocks, utilizing loops and branching structures like 'if', 'case', and 'for'.
  • Create utility scripts that can automate system administration tasks, such as user management, directory monitoring, and scheduled jobs, increasing productivity and system efficiency.