Remap Fn-C to copy
Mac's use Mac-C instead of Ctrl-C to copy (and X, V to cut and paste). This is really annoying if you switch between a mac and Windows machine a lot. Fortunately you can use Karabiner to map Fn-C to copy as the Fn key is located where Ctrl is on a windows keyboard. If your on OSX Sierra you'll need to use Karabiner Elements for now.
This needs to be installed first as it installs most dev tools.
/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
A better terminal
brew install iterm2
From this Stackexchange post, edit ~/.bash_profile:
export CLICOLOR=1 export LSCOLORS= gxBxhxDxfxhxhxhxhxcxcx
awslogs is a cloudwatch log watcher (you may have to run the install as sudo)
brew install python brew install awscli pip install awslogs
sshuttle - a handy python ssh tunnelling that allows you to easily route ranges of IPs over ssh.
pip install sshuttle
brew install rebenvAdd the following to ~/bash_profile
eval "$(rbenv init -)"Then run
rbenv install 2.2.3 rbenv global 2.2.3
brew cask install java brew install gradleThen add this to ~/.bash_profile: