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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
I wish I could send my tutorials and my tweets to my past self :) At least one or two years back.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
Replying to @romanzolotarev
First, learn English. Read more books. Second, learn touch typing. Pick your keyboard.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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Learn all of ed/nvi, before learning Vim. ed/nvi have a really small footprint. Grok it.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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Learn all of Vim, before installing your Vim plugins. Keep your vimrc empty. Or better keep using ed/ex/vi.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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Learn /bin/sh, before writing your shell scripts. Forget about bash.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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Learn all of /usr/bin, before installing any programs. Read manual pages!!!!11111
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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Learn all ins and outs of your default shell, there is a chance you won't need anything else.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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I mean learn sh/ksh/bash, before zsh, fish, etc.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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Try to use plain text first for everything, before installing any apps. To do app? Plain text Blog? Plain text Password manager? Plain text (encrypt it with built in tools) Presentation? Plain text Documentation? Plain text When you need more, pick the next simplest tool.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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Learn git CLI before using GitHub. At least parts you need for your workflow.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
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Learn OpenBSD, before Linux, macOS, or Windows. Or maybe try something even simpler, than BSD.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 8
Replying to @romanzolotarev
Build few projects with vanilla JavaScript, before adding the first npm package to your project. Read that package source and learn from it. Need React? Read its sources.
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Roman 🐡 Jun 9
Replying to @romanzolotarev
Start with the simplest tools, avoid modern tools/frameworks/services as long as you can. FOMO? Don't be afraid, you won't miss anything. I promise. Learn default settings of your tool, use the tool to its fullest. To recap: Learn slowly. Start with old low tech.
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Jonas B. Rossi Jun 9
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Resuming: build your foundations and you'll never be outdated
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Roman 🐡 Jun 9
Replying to @rossijonas
True.
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Jonas B. Rossi
I like your style, you go to the root!
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