VIM is a great text/code editor but not so user-friendly. Take some time to learn how to use it and it will seem much more friendlier then. On VIM you need to enter the ---INSERT-- mode to be able to edit your file like a regular text editor. To do this press the "i" key and you will see the 'insert' message at the bottom. Press Escape to exit the insert mode. Keep in mind that the commands below will not work if you are in the insert mode so you have to keep pressing "i" and "Esc" to get in and out of the insert mode. Now try some of the other commands:
This is a short list of the top +-10 Netbeans shortcuts that will make your life much easier when coding. Some other tips and tricks are included as well! If you use Netbeans often you should probably learn these shortcuts by heart, it's not only about saving a little bit of time every time you use them, it's about keeping your mind concentrated on coding rather than text editing. Having a nice and fluid workflow can make a big difference!
TreeSheets is a great program to organize your ideas. It is a mix between a spreadsheet, a ToDo list and a mind-map. The greatest feature of TreeSheets is to be extremely easy to use. It takes only a few minutes to learn the shortcuts and make it a very efficient organizer. I consider it as an "enhanced pen and paper" since it brings together the ease of the pen and paper with the power of computers.
Kdenlive is an easy and powerful video editor for GNU/Linux. Learn all the basics to start editing your videos on GNU/Linux like a pro.
Not so long ago I had several problems with my passwords at almost the same time. The worse problems were with the passwords I had forgotten and couldn't recover quickly. This awful episode in password management made me realize that I had to take the matter seriously and couldn't count only on my memory to remember the dozens of passwords I need to type everyday. So I decided to investigate the best way to make a secure and unforgettable password.