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Screencasting for Video Tutorials on Linux with recordMyDesktop

Obviously screencasting falls into my domain of things to do, because it’s publishing digital media and also I’m currently recording some Linux tutorials of how to get some games working for Unganked. Secondly I’m negotiating to have a video course published, which I’ll mainly record on Linux, because the topic is partly command line specific. So I needed a way to record what ever is going on on my desktop, in full HD, with flawless audio and lots of frames per second. A program that is advertised for all this is recordMyDesktop. Continue reading

Let’s Play: Unganked (our new video game channel)

In my free time that is not spent on programming, blogging, learning, shooting and editing photos and video, I like to play video games, so the fantastic mad dog Mikkel and I have started our video gaming channel on YouTube.

We like playing video games, so we figured, why not leave the microphone rolling! If you like gaming, feel free to comment, subscribe or just have a look! :)

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(everybody likes kittens!)

Visit unganked.com, follow, subscribe and suggest what we should do better or what to play next in the comments!

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Sublime Text style multi line selection with Vim

The multiple selection feature of Sublime Text is something that helps you a lot when you’re aiming to change a variable name multiple times in one file. This is immensely practical, also while re-factoring, changing font-names, colours or anything that appears more than one time in your files. The plugin can be found here: vim multiple cursors, I’ve also added it to my vim plugin repository.

Here an example, if I for example want to rename my callback function to cb:

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The keybinding for selecting the next match is CTRL+N, to delete: x and to type something new: i (going to insert mode) cb.