If you are like me, your first question after sitting down with a new OS is, how is this going to effect my coding? I installed my favorite editor, Sublime Text 2, to see. It looks like for non-metro apps like Sublime it just opens on the desktop. Poking around, I’m not seeing any real …Continue reading "Sublime Text 2 on Windows 8: Initial thoughts"
This is an interesting issue. After you finish re-installing your chosen operating system (whatever it might be), you usually address your top, absolutely most critical, needs first. You can worry about the applications you only use every now and then later. So, what is my top 5 list? The following is in no particular order. …Continue reading "The first 5 applications I install, after re-installing windows"
A code editor is a very personal choice for a developer. Over the years, I’ve used Notepad++, Pico, Nano, Dreamweaver, and ColdFusion Builder and they all have their pluses and minuses. Recently, I’ve started using Sublime Text 2. It doesn’t hog your system resources and isn’t littered with controls but it has more features than a lot of the …Continue reading "A few notes on Sublime Text 2"