If you have anything to suggest about the DSA Book then please read this…

Its been a while since I talked about the DSA book but to summarise its had over 20,000 (first, second) downloads which has largely provoked me into taking the whole thing a lot more seriously for the next edition which I expect will triple its content. I don’t have any times at the moment because we are figuring out what we want to add to the book based on the current programming climate. So, if you have any suggestions then please let me know by emailing me via the contact page. Don’t hold back – what would be your dream … Continue reading If you have anything to suggest about the DSA Book then please read this…

A good book on Vim commands and a Vim emulator for VS

I’ve used Vim for quite some time on Windows (yep, not quite a Vim purist…) however, I have never actually read a book on Vim. For those who don’t know Vim is an awesome text editor with a really powerful set of commands you can issue via the keyboard. Why care? Well, using Vim commands when editing any sort of document really allows you to do stuff really quick once you have a pretty decent understanding of how to use the commands. Traversing text files and such like becomes a lot less mundane, performing edit based transformations becomes quick and … Continue reading A good book on Vim commands and a Vim emulator for VS