pI've been pretty busy in the past months and didn't felt inspired enough to write. Today is time to get back to writing in a human language instead of a computer one. /ph4Coming Back Home/h4pI've been involved in web development for more than ten years, but for a long time I could only be labeled a designer. A little more than four years ago I began developing web sites using that awesome little framework named emRuby on Rails/em.
pEmacs is a great editor, I won't elaborate on this as there's countless blog posts already celebrating its countless features. After some years of usage, anyone using Emacs end up with a bloated tt.emacs/tt file that may contains some good tips. I'll be explaining some of the tricks I'm using in a series of posts of which this one is the first. /ph3Web Search Shortcuts/h3pIt's a known emfact/em (in the sense that it's a common a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Series_of_tubes"Intertubes/a meme) that some people use their computer exclusively through Emacs.