From what I’ve heard and read, programmers love to code quickly. If you’ve ever had the chance to watch an experienced programmer at work, you know what I’m talking about. Even tutorials on Youtube sometimes include someone who’s flying around at the speed of sound. That style isn’t great for teaching, but it sure is […]
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There are some pretty neat ways you can make your install of Sublime look and act the way you want it to. In this post, I’m going to go over a few of those techniques. And since I’m running Windows, the instructions I give will be geared towards my machine. Adjusting Your Settings If you […]
I’m in the middle of taking the “Up and Running with Sublime Text 2” course on Lynda.com with Kevin Yank and thought it would be a good idea to jot down (as a tutorial) the major areas of what I think is important. All too often, I take a course and have trouble retaining what […]
There are a lot of text editors out there. Since I began looking for something to use in earnest, I’ve been sort of overwhelmed. I guess the days of Notepad are over. People have figured out better ways of doing things. If you ask any serious developer today what their favorite text editor is, three […]