Every so often I run into the issue/annoyance that osx has left a lot of hidden files on my thumb drive. I have run into a few issues with these files for example when trying to play music directly off the drive though a car audio system. Here is a great little bash script to help remove them all.
A little while ago a friend of mine had asked me to help him out with an idea for a new work flow he was testing. He was looking to be able to work his photoshop/illustrator magic and export everything as a .gif file.
Recently the team I have been working with is starting to expand, and as this happens I have found my self introducing more and more people to the wonderful world of git. In order to try and ease the pain while people are getting used to a new version control system to help with creating new repositories on our server.
There have been a few times where I have had the need to remove all of the .svn folders from a specific problem. Rather then enabling hidden files and going through the directory folder by folder, I have found a simple command that can be run though terminal that takes care of the job rather quickly.