08. May 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: Technology · Tags:

Even hardcore hackers like former Google engineer and open source developer Jeff Pickhardt have trouble remembering commands they don’t use that often. That’s why Pickhardt created Betty, a tool that translates plain English into Unix commands, the commands that popped up on the UNIX operating system in the ’70s and are still used by Apple’s OS X operating system, the open source Linux OS, and even Microsoft’s PowerShell environment.

Meet Betty, the Siri-Like App That Turns Plain English Into Code | WIRED

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