I recently spent time configuring Doom Emacs to be my email client. Let's go over my configuration and talk through some pain points.
Learning a few Emacs Keybindings can make you more effective in a variety of places, even if you don't use Emacs as your editor. The most basic are shortcuts that let you move your
My favorite Readline features for improving my workflow on the command line—keyboard shortcuts, long commands, reverse search, and persisting options.
I was initially hooked by the nearly flawless Vim emulation. But then I fell in love with the pre-defined mnemonic shortcuts and amazing packages.
Spacemacs is an awesome editor, and it's excellent for Clojure. Here I’ll describe the installation and setup process and point out a few useful tools.
If you’re looking for a good configurable text editor, give Spacemacs a try. Here's an overview of the basics you'll need to get started.
How to write an Emacs package with Emacs Lisp, then publish it to MELPA, using the example of a Mocha test runner.
IntelliJ out of the box isn't very comfortable for an Emacs user. It gets much better with some keymap tweaks and LivePlugin customizations.
Some of the best Emacs add-ons, and how I use them in my daily workflow.
Trying to decide on Emacs or Vim? I got the best of both worlds by porting my company's Vim config into Emacs using Evil.
Fortunately, you can change the command line editing mode used by Bash. The default is emacs-mode, but you can easily change it to vi-mode.