I’m a little late with this but…
Sunday 20th April 2013 I traveled to Stuttgart (the capital of Baden-Württemberg) to visit the so-called “Baden-Württemberg Derby”, a soccer match between VFB Stuttgart (Württemberg) and SC Freiburg (Baden).
A few weeks ago I was at a client’s site in Paris to conduct a workshop. Because I like Evernote a lot for all kinds of note taking and especially for the ability to store the content of web pages in it, I used it as a tool for preparing the on-site visit.
I like to have all relevant information at hand in a cleanly structured and searchable tool also synchronizing across several machines. And because you never can be sure if internet access is available (and working) at client offices, Evernote acts as offline backup tool storing important information.
If you ask me, writing 100 blog posts in a row is a quite difficult task…at the least if you want to have some kind of good content.
IMHO it would be a good idea if more and more readers would join in reading his posts to provide more motivation to him to sustain his (always very interesting) endeavors.
So go on and visit the InVisible blog.
Einige der interessantesten Podcasts im deutschsprachigen Raum hatten dieses Jahr mit Alkohol zu tun. Aber auch für Nicht-Alkoholiker gibt es in diesen Podcasts extrem viel zu lernen.
Podcasts zum Thema Bier mit Andreas Bogk
Podcasts zum Thema Wein
Viel Spass beim Hören und bitte auch an den Flattr-Beitrag denken!
A few people recommended Sublime Text before, but I always found that the UI was not very attractive (maybe it’s because of the tabs in the standard configuration which remind me of Eclipse).
In the last years I’ve been using TextMate on the Mac and (rarely) Notepad++ on Windows platforms. Although I like TextMate (it has many features IMO coming from JetBrains IDEA), it’s development cycle is extremely slow. My main gripe with TextMate is the slow speed when opening and editing files and also stability is not one of it’s best features.
Meanwhile I’ve been able to somehow improve the look of Sublime for me (though TextMate still looks better) and I’m really beginning to like the editor more and more. Another big plus of Sublime is that it’s available on Mac, Linux and Windows – so no need to learn different editor styles and shortcuts when using several operating systems.
If nothing worse happens in the next few days I’ll register Sublime and I’m sure it will be a good investment. I’m using an IDE for ‘real’ development, but still the text editor is one of my most used tools when using a computer.
While trying Sublime, I have found these resources useful:
And don’t forget to visit the great site shortcutFoo, where you can practice using shortcuts for different editors!