Tag: linux

My Vim Plugin List

I use a pretty large list of Vim plugins - currently, the count is at 45. I went through a lot of these as part of this post last year, but the list has changed a bit since then. Using My Configuration Using git, you can easily download my full…
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powerlevel9k - An Oh-My-Zsh Theme

Update: This post is out-of-date. Please head over to the newest post for Powerlevel9k, here. Original post: Powerline-Inspired OMZSH Themes About two years ago, I made the 'hackersaurus' theme for oh-my-zsh. It still suits my purposes very well - it looks decent, and provides exactly what I need / want. That…
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Stop Being Scared of Vim

Introduction Vim's reputation is that it is extremely powerful once you learn it, but the learning curve is so steep, it's essentially a discontinuity. This is obviously hyperbole, but I would say it's more exaggeration than truth. Vim is certainly harder to learn compared to popular mouse-driven editors like Microsoft…
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GNU Radio PyBOMBS

At the GNU Radio Hackfest that took place at Virginia Tech in early June, a few developers introduced a cool new project they had been working on called "PyBOMBS". It has since been announced on the GNU Radio list, and more people are beginning to experiment with it. There is…
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The HokieTux Oh-My-Zsh Theme

[N.B. The hokietux theme has since been renamed to hackersaurus and lives in its own Github repo, which you can find here] I'm a huge fan of the ZSH shell, and have been using it for years. Robby Russell's incredible oh-my-zsh configuration system is an awesome way to configure…
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