I just started emacs about a year ago. Used vim before that. Now I use ed at the terminal and emacs gui. It doesn't get much simpler than ed. I like emacs a lot because it helps format C code using the GNU style of coding. I found that I prefer that style.

So what OS is your daily system? I just switched back to Solus as of the 4.0 release, as Arch updates too frequently and I was having problems with it. I prefer a more stable system.

I am fond of acme but I have really been digging emacs as of late.

I am just running through C Primer Plus, 6th Edition. I am somewhat concerned over the use of scanf(). I hear it’s not the best way to retrieve input.

I also write small web apps using node.js. I have a fair amount of interest in web apps and their security.

@laydros Ahhh AIM. RIP.

I have quite a bit of interest in linux/unix shells. I am hoping the linux port of plan9's rc shell gets updated soon to allow equals without quotes. Right now, my focus is on learning C. Been using various Linux distros since 2002. Now I feel I am in a position to contribute back. What languages do you use?

@laydros howdy. I’m new to sdf but very interested. Nice to meet you.

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