Jai Pandya is a full stack web applications developer and specializes in creating scalable platforms. He was an early engineer at SlideShare and later worked at LinkedIn after its acquisition. He recently co-founded a hacker collective, Mutables, where he works on interesting product ideas with cutting edge technologies. Machine Learning is his new found love.
He is passionate about better tooling and workflows for developers, which is also why he created Sublime Tutor, an interactive in-editor keyboard shortcuts tutorial for Sublime Text.
Sublime Text is full of such powerful shortcuts and commands. Practice is the key. The number of satisfied users attests to that. If you explore it, you will eventually see how beautifully its powerful features are hidden behind a simple and elegant interface. If you have been using Sublime Text for some time, now is the time to upgrade your arsenal with new ammunition. In this article, Jai Pandya will be taking you through some of his favorite tips and tricks. Knowing them might just unleash your hidden powers as a programmer to the world.