Today I concerned about a better (quicker) way to changing directories on bash. Basicly all I need was a dynamic shortcut for my most recent directories. Searched on apt-cache for “shell directories” and found autojump. It’s even better than what I was looking for. Strongly recommended for all shell users
For project source and more detailed docs go to https://github.com/joelthelion/autojump
autojump provides a faster way to navigate your filesystem, with a
"cd command that learns".
It works by maintaining a database of the directories you use the most from
the command line, and allows you to "jump" to frequently used directories by
typing only a small pattern.
To use autojump, you need to configure your shell to source
/usr/share/autojump/autojump.sh on startup.
Jump to a previously visited directory `foobar':
Show all database entries and their respective key weights: