For a couple of years now I have devoted all my attention to Sparkle; the websites, screencasts, and e-book described below are all ancient history by internet standards.
With customers from Beverly Hills to Berlin, and London to Manhattan, Sparkle is delighting Fashion PRs around the world.
I love the simplicity. Sparkle is so much better than our previous system.
Thanos Kotsanitis, Merchandising Manager, Brower Lewis PR
I don’t want to tell people about Sparkle because it is a competitive advantage for us!
Mike Langhammer, Owner, Fake PR (Berlin)
This screencast, along with Part 1 (see below), has helped developers around the world work more efficiently.
Watching @peepcode “Smashing Into Vim 2” again. Terrific screencast, full of gems!
Going back to Vim as my IDE of choice. Thanks to @peepcode for the videos showing me what I have been missing all this time…
Pour vim t'as les peepcode sur le serveur, je pense qu'avec ca t'aura déjà un ‘tres bon’ niveau ;)
Just finished second Vim screencast from @peepcode – awesome stuff!
The new Vim screencast by @peepcode is a must-have.
Smashing my way into Vim with the help of @peepcode. So much good stuff here, definitely going to need to re-watch a few times.
This @peepcode looks awesome for anyone who’s got the basics of Vim down, but doesn’t know where to go next.
The second Vim screencast on PeepCode is really good. Actually learned a lot more than I expected. Well worth the cost.
Only five minutes in and buying the Smash Into Vim II @peepcode already paid off.
Thanks @peepcode, @danbenjamin and @airblade. Between Ack, pathogen and other tips, my love of Vim has doubled.
For those who want to learn to use Vim properly, check out the screencasts from @peepcode.
I’ll admit that @peepcode’s Vim series helped me immensely to understand the theory behind the keystrokes.
Finally watched @peepcode’s Vim screencasts, and they were awesome. Gotta learn me some more Vim tricks.
Highly recommend Smash Into Vim from @peepcode to up your vim game. I’m attempting to move to vim for dev and they’ve been a big help.
My vim productivity has already grown about 106 after watching PeepCode’s ‘Smash Into Vim’ last week.
The @peepcode on Vim is really good stuff. Jogs my Vim memory, and helps me rediscover my love for it.
Wasn’t sure if I’d learn anything from @peepcode’s new screencast “Smash into Vim” but I sure did. Can’t wait for Part 2.
The new @peepcode on Vim is awesome.
Arthur L Piepmeier 3
Emacs users, get the @peepcode on vim! Don’t be afraid!
Smash Into Vim series on PeepCode is great for anyone wanting to master the popular text editor.
AirBlade helped our team achieve a data migration from one system into another; the result was exactly what we wanted. We were very pleased with the result and can highly recommend AirBlade to prospective customers.
The SMEasure Team
It’s unbelievably good.
I’m loving it. It’s very well written, and you explain complicated nasty stuff with nice simple examples.
The best I’ve seen in a while.
Thanks for the outstanding work on the Plugin Patterns piece. This has bumped up my efficiency and knowledge tremendously.
Precisely what I needed, precisely when I needed it.
This might be the best vim plugin I’ve ever seen.
Wow. This is like having a new superpower.
This is simple and awesome.
Today’s edition of ‘It just works!!’ brought to you by paper_trail gem.
I switched from another auditing plugin to Paper Trail because the implementation is so nice and simple. It’s readable, clear and extendible.
An impressive solution.
Martin Streicher, Linux Magazine
Awesome work on the gem. It’s a joy to have.
Very nicely done.
Wow, great work on this. It took me half an hour to fully integrate this into my site. I would not have thought it could be that painless.
I’d like to tell you Quo Vadis is simply awesome!
I think it’s awesome!
Along with will_paginate it’s the must-have for any project I touch.
Awesome. This is the way CSS should be written.