Python Training by Dan Bader

Using Sublime Text as your Git editor

A quick screencast that shows you how to use Sublime Text as your Git editor. Super useful if you work with Git from the command line!

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<strong>5 Sublime Text Tweaks</strong> to <em><u>Boost</u> Your Python Productivity</em>

5 Sublime Text Tweaks to Boost Your Python Productivity

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