In preparation for my last post Mikado Method to install a Vim Plugin I just had to read one of the good articles about the Mikado Method again. And when something really grabs my attention and I think there are relevant things in such an article (or video) I usually tweet the things I find most essential. So here is a collection of (some of) the things I find most relevant in that article.
Tagged with #mikado-method
I just wanted to install a github-flavored markdown plugin for vim. Until today I only used vim as it falls out of the box. So I had to do a couple detours before I got a vim plugin installed. Since I like the simplicity of the Mikado Method I apply it very often (maybe too often). In this case I used a very simple form of it, actually mainly to document all the steps I had to take on this detour. Read more below.
ADR is a way to document decisions, reminds me of python's PEP.