India: 10 thoughts

I promised I won’t make any post at this blog about my life leaving this source for IT experience. But, evolving, I’ve thought it through and eventually marked this rule as a limit. If you set the limits – you’ll never be free. So, try to do what’s curious for you all the time. That’s why I’ve got this post.

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Cheatsheet: vi/vim

I just started to learn how to boost my productivity skill making some tasks faster and faster not by quality reduction, but by routine reduction.

It’s thought that I don’t know any text editor as a usual developer should know. I’ve got a choice between emacs, Sublime Text and vim. I can’t describe why, but I tried vim. May be because of enhanced command choice and full keyboard use.

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