Jan 272012
 

Maybe you’ve had the experience of retrofitting your computer to operate quietly? Afterwords you say to yourself, “How did I ever think with all the noise that computer was making?” A small change in your environment creates a shift in your thinking and productivity.

I had the same reaction to the Sublime Text editor. After an hour of use I was loving it. A couple hours later it was customized just the way I like it. The next day I realized I was spending more time getting good code written and less time fiddling around.

Screenshot of Sublime text editor

Sublime doesn’t have every feature possible, but it does have some imaginative features such as multiselect/multi-edit. Linux, MacOS and Windows are supported. A vi mode is available. It’s also incredibly clean and fast. You’ll love the way it looks and feels.

There are all sorts of options for customizing the editor. Many plugins are available and it’s easy to write you own. You’ll also find plenty of assistance in the forums. It seems Sublime is going viral within the developer community.

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