Brad's Blog

Published: 2017-05-14

What's in my requirements.txt

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It's Sunday, and tomorrow is our scheduled monthly python meetup in Memphis, and it's one of those month's where I've been busy and I haven't done a good job of finding a speaker. So, that mean's I've got to pull something together at the last minute. While racking my brain for a quick-and-easy topic, I thought, "I wonder what python packages I'm using most?" So, I ran this nifty monstrosity of a ...

Published: 2012-11-12

Vim: Jumping around!

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So what happens when you open a file in vim, and you're presented with lots of content? Say, 5000 lines of something. Well, I typically start searching for things: /keyword. That works great when you know what you're looking for. But it breaks down quickly when you don't. So, today's vim post is about moving faster through pages of text. Jumping to a line number I have line numbers turned on by default (:set nu, if ...

Published: 2012-11-04

Let's be a better vim user

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It's November. For many, that means a month of writing (NaNoWriMo). For others, that's a month of cultivating a fine moustache (Movember). I, however, am making an effort to become a better vim user. Call it NoVIMber or VIMmember or whatever. I'll try to periodically blog about what I'm doing, but I'm not making any promises (other than to force myself to be more productive). I've been using vim for a long time (since ...