When I gazing upon the all mighty “bang bang”. I felt need to blog the result to wire it back into my head. !!false === false //true !false === false //false !!true === false //false !true === false //true That’s it for now. Update 10/21/13: Funny I’ve been using !! much more frequently since this […]
A great line of code to sync up a local folder to an Ubuntu AWS instance. rsync -rave ‘ssh -i YOURPIMHERE.pem’ –rsync-path=’sudo rsync’ ~/LOCAL/PATH ubuntu@IPOFSERVER:/PATH/ON/REMOTE/HOST”
Like it or not this video is sick!
Do you often find yourself accidentally hitting the CAPS key and then trying to code in VIM? Your commands quickly go completely sideways. Many folks remap the CAPS key to ESC but I prefer Cntrl for a few reasons. Esc is an easier movement and even with a small keyboard on a laptop I find […]
I’ve been actively reworking my desk at home be a split sit/stand type of operation to help correct my posture. Along the way I’ve found a few gems I wanted to share. Amazing!
I recently forked a Github repo that hadn’t been updated in years for Nodejs Support with snipMate. Since forking I’ve been actively updating the repo to get up to date with the newer versions of Node and add in the missing API’s. Here is a link I’ve also added code from another repot that provided […]
Recently I presented some information on the Vim editor at the office. We ran short on time and had to quickly power through the vast universe of Vim. The intent of this guide is to provide new users the information they need to get up and running. Pull requests welcome.
I’ve had a love hate relationship with VIM for a few years now. As they say “A path to VIM-Enlightenment is one best not started but once started one best finished”. There are still a few daily hiccups and what seems to be endless tweaking of my vimrc. To help me on my journey to […]