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Adarsh Pandit
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Lives in San Francisco, CA
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A blog post I wrote on Vim
 
Most of us are Vim users and have tweaked our favorite editor for speed and convenience. See thoughtbot’s dotfiles. One of my favorite tools is the window split. Here is a quick splits overview and...
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< Other posts 28th of October, 2012. IDEs Are a Language Smell. For many years, I've found myself frustrated with the tools of various programming languages, primarily IDEs, previously with Jav...
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Mission Bay, San Francisco, California
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My friend +Andrew L. Chen has a new blog interviewing career-switchers. Well worth reading as concepts of career/work change.
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Using Vim split panes more effectively
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1982 Introduction to UNIX video from AT&T. Amazing on many levels.
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My latest blog post for @thoughtbot contains a late-90s rap video, the golden age of the fisheye lens.
Here’s a refactoring example for a simple Ruby math problem using the inject method. The goal is to generate an n by n multiplication matrix. Pretty straightforward. Let’s make a first pass: def...
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Great shot, AP. I've been following y'all's journeys on Twitter. Live large.
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  • University of Michigan
    Biochemistry, 1994 - 1998
  • University of Chicago
    Biochemistry / Biophysics, 1999 - 2006
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    developer and managing director, 2012 - 2015
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End-to-end testing with RSpec integration tests and Capybara
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Stability can become an issue as web applications evolve and grow — integration tests provide a great way to perform end-to-end tests that v

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decorators
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Comparing and contrasting different styles of decorators in Ruby.

Upgrading Vim on OS X - Prioritized.net
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Mac OS X ships with a console version of Vim, but it is outdated and it was not compiled with Ruby or Python support. Command-T, for one, re

LSD 'helps alcoholics quit drink'
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One dose of the hallucinogenic drug LSD could help alcoholics give up drinking, according to an analysis of studies performed in the 1960s.