DockerTime to start using it, right?
Franza universal messenger
MacPortsFor this one you'd need to install XCode related stuff
SkimMuch better than the built in Preview
SpectacleSuper useful for windows management using the keyboard
atomWell, this is my editor of choice for the past 4 months. I'm not going to change it.
iTerm2. However, I'm going to try out
- Google drive
- Anaconda python distribution
- In addition I installed
json_resumewhich I use to build my CV.
Some more remarks
Setting of Atom
For this I discovered the wonderful plugin sync-settings. This allowed easy copying of the settings and packages from my other box.
To that end I use powerline-shell which I strongly recommend.
Pelican is easy to install using
However, in addition I had to install the
I got an international English keyboard.
This means that the upper left key (right under the
ESC) is mapped to
I lived so long without using these symbols on a regular basis, and thus I decided to map this key to the regular backtick and tilde (
To that end I used the Karabiner-Elements.
vim syntax highlighting
vim as the editor in the console (mostly when it comes to commit messages for git).
Still, coloring the editor is nice.
I Simply added
syntax on to
After couple of days, as always, there are some additional items to mention:
- nb conda kernels to treat Conda environments as Jupyter kernels
- For decision trees visualization I had to install
pydotplus. The former using MacPorts and the latter using
conda install -c conda-forge pydotplus.
pandocis a nice to have around
jqis very important to have around; simply using MacPorts. In addition,
ackis worthy installing
How could I forget, spell checking for Jupyter notebooks and other extensions are a must. This is rather straightforward as described here.
When inspecting a file from the console, it is nice to see it colored properly.
A nice way to go about it is to install
This can be easily done:
conda install Pygments.
~/.bash_profile I added the following alias
alias catc='pygmentize -g'.