Chrome Debugging in VSCode

I’ve tried giving VSCode a couple of tries in the past and I never could see it replacing my tried and true IDE of choice – Sublime Text …until possibly now. Sublime Text is an amazingly fast editor (faster than VSCode), but for some of VSCode’s quirks, I’m actually finding it to be a potential replacement now in its current iteration, and Chrome Debugger is the real clincher.

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Synergy FTW


Just got a new laptop – a massive upgrade over the desktop unit I had. Oddly enough for the industry I’m in and what I love doing, this is the first laptop I’ve ever owned. I purchased this laptop primarily to replace my desktop, but also to be a tool for my work. Since I bring my laptop into the office, I thought I’d take a look at a feature I had seen a few of my Mac buddies using with their Powerbooks – Synergy.

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