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Resources about how to configure my development environment and tools on Windows, MacOS, and Ubuntu.

📄️ Neovim

NeoVim is an extended version of Vim, the well-known text editor, designed to provide a more powerful and user-friendly experience for coding and text editing. It retains the classic modal editing features of Vim while introducing enhancements such as a built-in terminal, asynchronous job control, and better scriptability. This makes NeoVim highly efficient for programming, with support for numerous programming languages and a vast ecosystem of plugins. It's particularly favored by developers who require a highly customizable and efficient editor for coding, server administration, and automation tasks. The integration of modern GUI features, along with its traditional command-line interface, broadens its appeal to both new and experienced users who seek a versatile, lightweight, and powerful text-editing tool.

📄️ Zsh

Zsh, or the Z Shell, is a powerful and versatile Unix shell that enhances the capabilities of the traditional Bourne Shell (sh), with features from Bash, ksh, and tcsh. It is known for its advanced interactive features, such as customizable prompts, rich command-line completion, and globbing (advanced pattern matching). Additionally, Zsh offers extensive scripting capabilities, making it a robust choice for both interactive use and scripting tasks. Its extended file globbing allows users to manipulate files in a more refined and flexible way. Zsh is particularly popular among developers and power users who appreciate its efficiency in command execution and the ability to tailor the environment to their workflow. With themes and plugins, users can customize their experience further, making Zsh a modern, user-friendly choice for daily shell interactions and advanced scripting needs.