I'm a long time Emacs user but I consistently use IntelliJ too. I would like to use only Emacs but the ecosystem is sparse and there's no consensus around a single and convenient user interface (read: standard key bindings) across several programming languages. It means that you have to learn multiple key bindings sets as much programming languages you use. IMHO, the big advantage of IntelliJ is that you have only one set of keybindinds which applies across the board to all programming languages.
I've done my own [little] efforts to create a sort of more or less convenient IDE for Emacs which attends my purposes. If you are interested, it's here: github.com/frgomes/.emacs.d
Nice. I experimented with Neotree a little bit last night. So used to seeing that tree view that I felt a little lost without it. Thanks for sharing your work.
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