Mark Huggins' Dev Workflow hero

Mark Huggins' Dev Workflow

Mark and I talk about our Moonlander keyboard layouts and developer workflows using tmux and neovim including plugins and shortcuts we used for coding and navigating our environments. We mention various tools and plugins that we had use to customize our workflows, such as LazyVim, gitmux, and fzf. We also discuss how we use copilot in Neovim, and why we prefer minimal setups. Our conversation emphasize the importance of continually experimenting with and adapting our workflows to find what works best for us.

Mark’s Stuff


my .files - powered by Ansible

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Josh’s Stuff


Josh's dotfiles for his developer environment

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A launch point for your personal nvim configuration

🔭 8,863

Getting you where you want with the fewest keystrokes.

🔭 3,701

Lua plugin to turn github copilot into a cmp source

🔭 786



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Dev Workflow Intro

Your guide to creating a powerful and intuitive development workflow in the terminal.

The terminal is a powerful tool for developers, but it can be overwhelming to know where to start. This guide will help you create a powerful development environment in the terminal. Here are some of the things you'll learn.

  • Install packages and keep them up-to-date
  • Design a minimalist, distraction-free, user-interface
  • Use familiar keyboard shortcuts
  • Manage multiple projects with ease
  • Integrate with Git and GitHub
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