A Brief Introduction to GNU Screen workshop
A brief introduction to GNU screen
Screen is part of the GNU project, and is an overlooked utility that can make working on the command line much easier. Screen is a terminal multiplexer that allows for disconnecting remote sessions, multiple ways to enhance viewing of your command line sessions, and better ways to capture data from those sessions. I’ll show you how to use all of this, as well as how to install it under several GNU/Linux (and other) operating systems.
There are no physical supplies to be had. Aside from a Unix variant or another computer than can run screen.
If the attendees can load screen before starting the workshop, they will have a little more time to explore the program. GNU/Linux users will have instructions within the workshop, Windows and Mac users should download ahead of time.
On Centos 8:
sudo yum install epel-release sudo yum install screen
Redhat, older Fedora:
yum install screen
dnf install screen
sudo apt-get install screen
Viewing the slides
TPP is a terminal based presentation software built in Ruby. It is available in many distribution repositories, so you can probably install using the same instructions you used for screen above, but change "screen" to tpp.
The pre-recorded video is available here: 
The full Workshop video, including the Q&A will be posted here when it is ready.
Screen command cheat sheet:
In depth documenttion:
- screen -RR: create or resume an existing screen session
- You can resize window splits