TLWI Dev #98

Hey there, tech lovers! We've got an exciting newsletter for you this week, packed with awesome links to help you level up your programming game. So grab a cup of coffee and settle in for some fun and informative reads.

First up, we've got an attempt to make neovim cli functional like an IDE while being very beautiful, blazing fast startuptime ~ 20ms to 70ms. If you're a coding purist who believes that CLI is the only way to code, you're going to love this. Imagine having all the functionality of an integrated development environment, but in a simple, clean command-line interface. Plus, the startup time is lightning fast, so you won't be wasting any time waiting for your editor to load.

Next, we'll be discussing one of the biggest stumbling blocks for developers: finding motivation. Let's face it, programming can be tough, and it's easy to feel burnt out or uninspired. But fear not, we've got some great tips and tricks to help you stay motivated and on track. Whether you need to tap into your creative side or just get moving, we've got you covered.

If you're a gamer, you're going to love our next link. Have you ever heard of a server software reimplementation for a certain anime game? If you're a fan of anime gaming, you're probably already familiar with the game we're talking about. This server software reimplementation will let you create your own servers and play your own version of the game. So dust off that controller, and get ready to start gaming like a boss.

On a more practical note, we wanted to highlight Windows Calculator. You may already be familiar with this gem of a tool, but did you know it's actually a really powerful calculator that ships with every copy of Windows? From basic arithmetic to scientific calculations, it's got everything you need to crunch those numbers. Plus, it's super easy to use and accessible from your desktop.

And finally, we're bringing you Gogs – the painless self-hosted Git service. If you're looking for a Git hosting solution that's easy to set up and maintain, Gogs is definitely worth checking out. With a clean interface and a ton of great features, it's the perfect choice for developers who want control over their Git repositories.

That's it for this week's newsletter! We hope you've found something helpful or entertaining in these links. As always, if you have any feedback or suggestions for future newsletters, feel free to drop us a line. Happy coding!


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