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b0364f7fb6416df04fd70a926f585ba458a1c43b — Stefan Tatschner 15 days ago b2463ee
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M content/blog/2020-09-03-an-answer-to-rewritten-in-rust.md
M content/blog/2020-09-03-an-answer-to-rewritten-in-rust.md => content/blog/2020-09-03-an-answer-to-rewritten-in-rust.md +1 -1
@@ 67,7 67,7 @@ My "interactive" profile is quite different.
Since I am used to do almost everything in the terminal, tools must be **efficient** and **easy to remember**.
I am a bit more relaxed about the stability requirement here.
Since I have the tools under my fingers every day, I can adapt to changes or new features rather quickly with learning by doing.
What's more important for me is: features that differ from the automated profile are minimal and must be easy to remember.
What's more important for me is: features that differ from the automated profile must be minimal and easy to remember.
Otherwise I forget about them and won't use them.
Examples for good tools for my interactive profile are: