General rule for me is to write stuff that I would use, and then use it. For example, I wrote a plugin for my editor recently which allows me to review PRs on Github from my editor. Automation is also a pretty big part of what I do on the side.
Nice rule, Jonathan! Building tools for yourself is how we have evolved, and I don't see why it should stop in the digital age, haha!
Nice tool, where can readers get it?
Well, its still in experimental stages, but here: github.com/AGhost-7/critiq.vim
I have the intention of writing documentation when I have a better idea of how I want my workflow.
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