I have recently been looking into keyboards, mechanical and otherwise, and decided that I will most likely upgrade my old Logitech one that I got with my desktop to a nicer one. This is part of my plan to encourage myself to program more at home (my last step was getting a really comfy chair).
Since I'm going to be getting a "high end" keyboard for the first time, I would like to also use it as much as possible. I would like to stop relying on the mouse for most tasks and learn more about keyboard shortcuts as well as get better at touch typing.
Do you have any tips on how to accelerate this process and possibly make it more fun? I am using Windows 10 and Visual Studio Code as my primary tools at the moment.
In this post I will expose some of the **git-hooks** we use in some projects here at WyeWorks to make developers life easier by preventing bad commits to even leave their computers. I will cover *linting*, *tests* and *commit formating* use cases.