over the course of my technical work it has become clear to me that the distinction between technical and social skill is false. programs are tools to be used by other humans. if you know your way around code but people find you a pain to work with then you are useless. technical skill _proceeds_ from communication skill.
all of this is to say: I have disappeared to far up my own ass that I need a periscope to use modern dev tools. don't be like me.
so the vscode neovim client works very well and I'm actually pretty impressed, although I haven't tried to do actual work with it yet. I've already been using a neovim GUI client for my primary editor so this isn't as big a leap as you'd think!
I feel like having to disable all your existing neovim config is a sign that your neovim client might not be the best
I used to think of building a compiler as sort of a stand-in for a CS education but that's probably not really true anymore
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