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tpope/vim-commentary: commentary.vim: comment stuff out
Comment stuff out. Use gcc to comment out a line (takes a count), gc to comment out the target of a motion (for example, gcap to comment out a paragraph), gc in visual mode to comment out the selection, and gc in operator pending mode to target a comment. You can also use it as a command, either with a range like :7,17Commentary, or as part of a :global invocation like with :g/TODO/Commentary. That's it.
code  plugin  vim  opensource  github  development  programming 
1 hour ago by ezequiel
Front-End Micro Services – Zalando Tech Blog
Front-End Micro Services – Zalando Tech Blog The “micro frontends” idea has been around for a while now, with great resources such as this Tom Söderlund article, which includes a list of current existing implementations. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  article  frontend  javascript  microservices  programming  reference 
1 hour ago by jeremyday
vim-syntastic/syntastic: Syntax checking hacks for vim
Syntastic is a syntax checking plugin for Vim created by Martin Grenfell. It runs files through external syntax checkers and displays any resulting errors to the user. This can be done on demand, or automatically as files are saved. If syntax errors are detected, the user is notified and is happy because they didn't have to compile their code or execute their script to find them.
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Python  online  programming  coding  ide 
2 hours ago by Aoterra
On self-publishing “A Programmer’s Introduction to Mathematics”
Over the past four years I’ve been writing a book, A Programmer’s Introduction to Mathematics. It teaches someone with programming knowledge and experience how to engage with mathematics. I can achieve this goal largely because of the implicit overlap in the content and ways of thinking between math and programming. Despite that, there is no smooth bridge from one world to the other—a bridge that explains the unfamiliar parts and focuses on the important concepts, while leveraging programming to demonstrate applications.
Until now. If you’re a programmer who wants to really grok math, this book is for you.
In this article I’ll explain how I wrote and self-published the book.
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