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SkillsCast

Your Regular Church of Emacs Service

3rd October 2016 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at Your Regular Church of Emacs Service

This session was not filmed.

We gather once again to explore together the secrets of the One True Editor! Bring your exciting new discoveries, your problems, your questions or just your curiosity, and come away fulfilled in mind and soul by the light of Emacs. Both Emacs wizards and Emacs novices are welcome. Even Vim users are welcome, but must expect to hear a lot about how they should really try Spacemacs. While this is a participatory event with no prepared talks, it's OK to just show up and listen—no pressure to participate. You're guaranteed to learn a lot either way, even if you're an Emacs veteran.

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Your Regular Church of Emacs Service

Bodil Stokke

Bodil works as a computer science researcher for a secretive think tank, and is a world renowned expert in varied fields such as pizza and persistent data structures. Contrary to popular rumour, she only has five fingers on each hand, but is still an Emacs user.

SkillsCast

This session was not filmed.

We gather once again to explore together the secrets of the One True Editor! Bring your exciting new discoveries, your problems, your questions or just your curiosity, and come away fulfilled in mind and soul by the light of Emacs. Both Emacs wizards and Emacs novices are welcome. Even Vim users are welcome, but must expect to hear a lot about how they should really try Spacemacs. While this is a participatory event with no prepared talks, it's OK to just show up and listen—no pressure to participate. You're guaranteed to learn a lot either way, even if you're an Emacs veteran.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Your Regular Church of Emacs Service

Bodil Stokke

Bodil works as a computer science researcher for a secretive think tank, and is a world renowned expert in varied fields such as pizza and persistent data structures. Contrary to popular rumour, she only has five fingers on each hand, but is still an Emacs user.