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  3. Jason
    September 18, 2013

    I’m at the same stage as you. This weekend I purchased the following from leanpub (i am not affiliated with the book/author/publisher/anyone in any way) to help me get started. It is early yet but it seems pretty promising so far and may help you…


    • Jesse Liberty
      September 23, 2013

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  4. Jesse Liberty
    September 18, 2013

    Run, don’t walk, to this tutorial: http://net.tutsplus.com/articles/news/perfect-workflow-in-sublime-text-free-course/ –excellent and just what i was looking for. Thanks Mithun!

  5. Mithun Patel
    September 18, 2013

    The ultimate resource to learn sublime can be found on NetTuts. Jeffery Way does an excellent job demonstrating some really cool tricks. I really love Sublime but i wish there was better solution for a Powershell console within. I came across one but am not able to successfully get it going. Excited to see what new things i get to learn from your experiences.

  6. Ihor
    September 18, 2013

    I have been using Notepad++ for years, and I am still using it but Sublime is really better for presentations and his short-keys make him more useful than Notepad++
    You just have to spend some time to configure it as you like and after that you have all in one, some short-keys from resharper some from Visual Studio and you work with HTLM like real pro.

    It’s better than Notepad++ but 70$ is to expensive as for me.

  7. Julian M Bucknall
    September 17, 2013

    Jesse: I agree with your sentiments about Sublime Text (although I’m just using v2 at the moment; I don’t want to use v3 until it’s a lot more stable and/or released). It’s great for writing client-side code (HTML/CSS/JS). A while back I was writing some Markdown files and got Sublime Text 2 to update Firefox’s view of the Markdown preview. Here’s the blog post on the subject, because you soon find yourself in a maze of twisty little passages, all alike.

    Cheers, Julian

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