Tools for the Job
A session with two speakers, in three parts:
Getting more from Sublime Text 2
Thankfully, there's a new sheriff in town. Combining a great feature set, blisteringly fast response times, and a great plugin system, Sublime Text 2 is a gloriously sexy coding environment. In this talk, we'll have a look at what the fuss is all about, with an introduction to Multiple Selection, Fuzzy matching and other 'how did I ever live without this' features. We'll also take a look at some of the must-have plugins, and how to write your own snippets.
Hidden gems in Chrome Dev Tools
In the second part of the evening, we'll have a look at the Chrome Dev Tools ying to Sublime Text 2's yang. Although there are few modern JS developers who don't already use Chrome Dev Tools (or a similar alternative such as Firebug), we'll scratch beneath the surface to find some of the little known nuggets of debugging goodness.
10 Things I Never Knew About Node.js
##UPDATE: Notes from the talk
There were a few request's for Alastair to post his plugins and user preferences, so these are listed below. For more details, check out his blog post.
- Sublime Linter
- Github Gists
- Zen Coding
- Automatic Backups
- Sidebar Enhancements
- Missing Palette Commands
Alastair's User Preferences can be found at this Gist.