I found that iTerm2 has a Python API that you can use to write some really useful scripts that make running your software projects locally a lot easier.
While you might not be able to prevent accidentally ruining data in production, you can put up roadblocks to reduce the risk. Consider writing custom scripts to avoid making those
Let's create a script to automate the testing of a slow, ugly, and brittle data import process into Fedora Commons.
Scripting Tmux is a very powerful addition to your command line toolset. Here's how to add a Tmux key binding to open the file name under the cursor.
A detailed description of the reasons behind using IronPython as a scripting engine for dynamic numeric data, and some examples of how it was used.