Moving to MongoDB with Michael Kennedy - Episode 119

(Tobias Macey) #1

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MP3 Audio [73 MB]Ogg Vorbis Audio [40 MB]DownloadShow URL Summary There are dozens of decisions that need to be made when building an application. Sometimes this can lead to analysis paralysis and prevent you from making progress, so don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good. This week Michael Kennedy shares his experience…


I think it is really cool how you have been having guests on recently to talk about something other than what they are primarily known for. It shows that you put time into keeping up with the Python community.

Do you recommend any guides or other resources for Org mode? I have been using for years but use almost no features now. I used to do a bit more, but now I just use the outlining features of having a nested set of headlines that are easy to expand and collapse and also to rearrange with the arrow keys. Just those features alone and the fact that it is just a plain text file are enough to be very useful to me, but I am likely missing out on a lot more.

(Tobias Macey) #3

I’m glad that you’re enjoying the show. As far as resources for Org Mode I have mostly been relying on the project’s website and the Emacs Wiki (