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    Consider publishing your content outside Medium to make it easier for people to access it.

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      If you don’t like Medium you can find all my articles on website, for example this one here: https://martinheinz.dev/blog/13.

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        Yeah, generally we do prefer non-medium links. I’ll swap it in.

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          I don’t have anything specific against Medium, but I physically cannot access more than 2 paragraphs due to their policies.

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            If you don’t like Medium you can find all my articles on website, for example this one here: https://martinheinz.dev/blog/13

            It says:

            We’re sorry but frontend doesn’t work properly without JavaScript enabled. Please enable it to continue.

            And, after enabling first-party javascript:

            Invalid date undefined

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              This link comes up completely blank in Safari on Mac. On Chrome, the browser attempts to connect to a web service on port 1234 and when I reject this, it also ends up blank. Would you consider running your website on one of the more common HTTP or HTTPS ports?

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                Similarly with Firefox, which would not connect to port 1234 as “the resource is not secure.”

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            Most of my time is spent flipping between multiple files

            I use vim full time, and to achieve that I use tmux and have multiple instances of vim running. So I can switch with Ctrl+b, n/p, create a new window Ctrl+b, c.

            ctrl clicking into function calls

            Jumping to definitions is possible with vim, however I barely use it. I use vim-go which allows me to do :GoDef to jump to the definition in my Go projects.

            cutting code out of one file and pasting it into a new one.

            I recently discovered that you can cut in vim to the system clipboard with "+x, then use the usual paste "+p.

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              I recently discovered that you can cut in vim to the system clipboard with “+x, then use the usual paste “+p.

              It’s better than that, anything that yank content (d,x,c,y,s will work with named register ("+). Want to cut the current expression body ({...})? Do: "+di{

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                can cut in vim to the system clipboard

                If you are on Linux you have two system clipboards: selection and clipboard. * And + respectively.

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                Document more of neuron and hack on improving it for general use.

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                  This is a really interesting! I have just downloaded it and I am learning about the Zettelkasten. I always needed a system where I can have all my markdown notes in one place, linked together.