BE

THE BETTER

HACKER

Paweł Duda (@paweldude)

1.  Using hotkeys to be more efficient

2. Using the zsh-autosuggestions plugin

3. Memorizing hotkeys with more success

Using hotkeys to be more efficient

The task

Add something here

CTRL + A, CTRL + E

USELESS KEY RIGHT HERE

zsh-autosuggestions

zsh-autosuggestions plugin

Memorizing hotkeys

CTRL + A

go to beginning of line

(because alphabet begins with A)

CTRL + E

go to end of line

(because E as end)

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go to end of line in Vim

 

gg

go to beginning of file in Vim

 

(because ?????? it's obvious)

Some hotkeys can be memorized by associating them with a related word or sentence...

 

...for others, the only hope is to brute force them into your brain

shortcutfoo.com

Try it for 15 minutes, everyday

$8

Summary

  1. Speed up your key press repeat
  2. Try to replace repeated actions with a hotkey
  3. Remap your caps lock key to CTRL or CMD
  4. Install zsh-autosuggestions
  5. Try ShortcutFoo for at least 15 minutes a day
Take full CTRL of your tools and SHIFT towards success. Settle for no ALTernatives.

- Paulo Coelho

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