December 11, 2014
Old School Reading for New Founders Part 1
Writer James Baldwin once said, “You’ve got to know where you came from, to know where you’re going.” This list is meant to offer a ...
For more than 30 years, command line interfaces have been designed using classic Unix-based best practices. While those practices remain foundational, the realities of building and implementing modern cloud-native applications has broadened the scope of how developers interact with your CLI.
In this presentation, CoreOS Head of UX Rob Szumski discusses how his team treats CLIs like APIs including their tactics for better user experience, backwards compatibility and future-proofing.