If you’re like me and enjoy having a time-specific salutation in your scripts, but don’t want to keep implementing the same “what time of day is it” logic, then you could easily create a script which does just that. But why then spawn another shell from within your script just to have it tell you the time of day? It would be much simpler to run
cat /dev/greet and get an appropriate salutation, right?
Most system operators will have had experience with the LAMP stack. Comprising Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. There are a number of alternatives out there, and so I thought I may as well document my own preferred tech stack for personal projects.