Wed, May 1, 2019

Some time ago I made a list of recommended packages for atom, now I will do the same for Sublime Text 3 (ST3).

Sublime Text 3 (ST3) is a lightweight, proprietary cross-platform source code editor, editor very similar to atom (supports plugins, typically community-built) and known for ease of use, strong community support [1] and it's pretty fast (much better than atom in opening, closing, searching, etc. is very smooth and fast since it is written in C ++ and Python for plugins).

General information

  1. URL:
  2. Developer(s): Jon Skinner (former Google Engineer) and Will Bond
  3. Platforms: mac OSX (10.7 or later), Windows and GNU/Linux
  4. License: Proprietary software
  • unlimited free trial, with pop-up remembering to buy (like winrar does).
  • license costs $80 at the time of writing this post (One-time payment).

It’s an incredible editor right out of the box, but the real power comes from the ability to enhance its functionality using Package Control and creating custom settings.

In this post I have picked some useful and/or "most interesting" ST3 packages I've found.

Tue, Jan 1, 2019

When making comparisons of variables you can use both == and is, although they do not work in the same way. In general, we have:

  • You use == to compare values. It is used when you want to know if two variables have the same value.
  • You use is to compare objects. It is used when you want to know if two variables (literally) refer to the same object.

For example:

Mon, Feb 27, 2017

I’ve been using GitHub’s Atom editor for the past couple of months. I don't completely love it (there are elements that I miss from my experiences with Vim: startup speed, maturity of some core editing components, not being able to run it in a terminal) but I'm using Atom though because the way the editor is built (built on Electron) allows for some very cool and unique experiences.

General information

  • Url:
  • Developer: GitHub
  • Platforms: mac OSX (10.9 or later), Windows (7 or later) and GNU/Linux
  • License: MIT Licence (Free software)

By default Atom comes with a few built-in extensions/packages available. However, for the purposes of development you will definitely need other packages and the community has been quick to fill in that gap.

In this post I have picked some useful and/or "most interesting" Atom packages I've found. Interesting in this case means that they really only could have been done as they are in Atom or a similarly flexible editor.

Mon, Feb 27, 2017

Hello, with this entry I started the English version of this blog. Mainly here will be the translations of some of my entries in the Spanish Version and maybe have some own entries that are available only in English.

Wed, Aug 10, 2016
This blog is written by Daniel Fuentes, to keep things learned while programming in Python and leave some notes and examples. Unless otherwise indicated, the examples are under the MIT license (also known as the X11 license) So practically they are free to do whatever they want with them. As I have profiles on various sites, is a bit difficult to keep in this page, so you can find more information about me in https://www.