This on Hacker News today: How the New York Times A/B tests their headlines.
Today I read Boost Your Programming Skills by Reading Git’s Code and played along with baby-git. I noticed a rundown on the makefile, Learn Git – Baby Git Makefile, but I didn’t have time to read it.
So I was poking about in my VSCode settings, File -> Preferences -> Settings. And I found the Workbench > Tree: Indent options which controls the tree indentation in pixels. The default settings was 8 pixels, which is too small for my liking, so I cranked it up a notch to 37 pixels! Yay woo!
Over on the VSCodeVim chatroom a bloke called Chris pointed me to the ‘Whichwrap’ setting for Vim mode in VSCode. In VSCode click File -> Preferences -> Settings; then in the Extensions / Vim settings search for ‘Whichwrap’ and enter: l,h