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dojo

Friday 04 January 2019

Abandoned StyleCop.

Listened to The Four Seasons: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_Kd_G7p6ZQ

An alternative is Glen Gould: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ah392lnFHxM

Sunday 23 December 2018

How do we close the No Name buffer in Vim?

I get into that ^^^ situation after renaming files from Vim with Ex (Netrw).

Thursday 06 December 2018

Installed StyleCop.

  • Learn how to capture dotnet build errors to Vim's quickfix list.

  • Configure the StyleCop header rules.

Monday 03 December 2018

  • Start at The First Test.

  • Next time, start where I left off today.

01 December 2018

  • Do The Bowling Game Kata in C# with more C# naming conventions. E.g. Roll and Score not roll and score.

  • Use a leading underscore _ in private fields.

30 November 2018

In 45-min ...

29 November 2018

It would be nice to know how Vim's C-p works while in insert mode. It appears to be auto-complete.

It would be nice to know what C-r does while in Vim's file explorer (:Ex).

28 November 2018

It would be nice to use Vim's directional keys in command mode.

27 November 2018

In 27-min I can get through all of The First Test and The Second Test including the refactoring steps.

It would be nice to use PowerShell with autocomplete for vim's !some-command operations.

https://stackoverflow.com/a/3419406/1108891

26 November 2018

In Vim, how do we open the buffer for a file in the argument list by name?

In Vim, how do we rename a file?

23 November 2018

Ultimately, I would like to complete one kata once, using Vim as the editor and using any software language.

Choose a kata. Done. My choice is:

Read the kata introduction once in its entirety. Done.

Read the kata description once in its entirety. Not done. I decided to start on the first section when I reached it.

Choose a language in which to complete the kata for the first time. Done. C#.

I suggest you proceed by memorizing it in short sections. Fully learn one section before adding the next.

Code each kata section once. Mark it as 'Done and memorized' once I have coded it once without looking at any notes; otherwise, mark it as 'Done'.

Move on to the next section only once the previous one is 'Done and memorized'.

  • The First Test. Done and memorized.
  • The Second Test. Done and memorized.
  • The Third Test. Done.
  • The Fourth Test. Done.
  • The Fifth Test. Done.
  • Film the entire kata once with Vim/PowerShell/ConEmu.

Evaluate:

  • What went right?
  • What went wrong?
  • What did I learn?
  • Based on my experience, what is the next step?