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Learning Vim in 2014

Learning Vim in 2014

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Effective Rails Development with Vim If you are new to Vim, be sure to read my introduction as it will help prepare you for this article. Here, I am focusing on using Vim for effective Rails development. Rails Plugin Tim Pope wrote a very useful Vim plugin called [Rails.vim][1] that provides a lot of great functionality, including enhanced syntax highlighting, partial extraction, and easier navigation in a Rails project.

The Machine Learning Revolution: How it Works and its Impact on SEO Machine learning is already a very big deal. It's here, and it's in use in far more businesses than you might suspect. A few months back, I decided to take a deep dive into this topic to learn more about it. In today's post, I'll dive into a certain amount of technical detail about how it works, but I also plan to discuss its practical impact on SEO and digital marketing. 5 Essential VIM Plugins That Greatly Increase my Productivity There are a lot of VIM plugins to choose from. An individual’s list of what would be considered “essential” is largely a personal matter. For any given plugin, there is also probably going to be an excellent alternative plugin that does the same basic thing in a slightly different way.

Elegantly using socket.io in backbone apps Backbone.js is my favourite modern MVC framework for client-side javascript. Not that I’ve seriously tried any others … simply didn’t feel the need to. The way apps are usually organised is Backbone is that data is king. A view reacts to some user action and changes some data in a model. Graphical vi-vim Cheat Sheet and Tutorial Learning vi or vim is not easy. But it doesn't have to be that difficult, either. It is, in any case, faster, more powerful, and more productive than editing with any other editor, so you would do very well in investing the time and effort to learn it. Being a vi lover myself, I came up with the idea of providing a graphical cheat sheet for those learning vi or vim, and I also found out it was a very good way to structure a tutorial. Here are the results for your learning enjoyment (or your colleagues'). By the way, I recently published the definitive article explaining why vi/vim editing is so much better than regular editing.

21 hot programming trends Programmers love to sneer at the world of fashion where trends blow through like breezes. Skirt lengths rise and fall, pigments come and go, ties get fatter, then thinner. But in the world of technology, rigor, science, math, and precision rule over fad. That's not to say programming is a profession devoid of trends. The difference is that programming trends are driven by greater efficiency, increased customization, and ease of use. The new technologies that deliver one or more of these eclipse the previous generation.

The 15 Best Vim Plugins : spf13.com One of the things that makes vim great is that it can be extended through plugins. There are plugins for more than you would expect. I have gathered together the 15 best plugins. I’ve included these plugins as part of my ultimate VIM configuration which has been featured on many sites and is hosted on github.

Backbone.js Tips And Patterns Backbone.js1 is a popular open-source JavaScript “MV*” framework that has gained significant traction since its first release a little over three years ago. Although Backbone.js provides structure to JavaScript applications, it leaves a lot of design patterns and decisions up to the developer, for better or worse, and developers run into many common problems when they first begin developing in Backbone.js. Therefore, in this article, we’ll explore different design patterns that you can use in your Backbone.js applications, and we’ll look at many of the common gotchas that trip up developers. 2Applications, like buildings, are best built following known patterns.

Tmux and Vim, get married. Vim and Tmux are an excellent choice for a modern develpment environment on Mountain Lion. I describe how to combine create such an environment using homebrew. Using a rad, aesthetically pleasing, and efficient development environment is so crucial to having a good day. I’m going to describe mine, and give you the set of links from which I’ve assembled this confection. We’ll be using: Plugins - Best of Vim Vim is great out of the box, but there are plenty of great plugins to extend the main editor, and provide tailored functionality for working with specific languages, frameworks & environments. Pathogen should probably be the first plugin you install, as it'll make installing all the others easier. After that, have a hunt around & see what tickles your fancy...

Developing Backbone.js Applications - By Addy Osmani (@addyosmani) Available free for open-source reading below or for purchase via the O'Reilly store. Pull requests and comments always welcome. Prelude Not so long ago, “data-rich web application” was an oxymoron. Today, these applications are everywhere and you need to know how to build them. The Differences Between Vi, Vim, and Emacs Few geek conflicts have the incandescence of the “best editor” debate. Say the words Vim or Emacs in a deeply crowd and you’ll likely hear the sound of Katana safety clasps. But what’s the debate at this point? What are the merits of each? The advantages. The downsides.Let’s take a quick look at the core advantages and disadvantages of the top editors being used today.

The Current State of Machine Intelligence The Current State of Machine Intelligence (This was originally posted on www.shivonzilis.com/machineintelligence) I spent the last three months learning about every artificial intelligence, machine learning, or data related startup I could find — my current list has 2,529 of them to be exact. Yes, I should find better things to do with my evenings and weekends but until then…

Sydney, Australia Ruby on Rails Developers Despite being 23 years old, Vim experienced a resurgence of interest in the Rails community. This isn't surprising when you consider that Rails itself is very command-line driven so using an editor which also fits in with the command-line works very well. Luckily for us Rails developers there is a huge eco-system of awesome plugins for Vim which make it significantly more powerful and speed up Ruby on Rails development.

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