I refuse to use an IDE this year. Nvim and Language servers for me

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    I enjoyed my 2018 doing that
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    Meanwhile, I'm still in love with Rubymine and will forever enjoy the productivity that Visual Studio offers... Good luck, code editor nazis.
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    @cobolplz not trying to hate on IDEs since usually certain languages benefit from a more specialized compiler front end and you can only find them in the IDE software itself (JetBrains). Language server protocol is making it easier for editor projects to integrate richer language processing. Vim does text editing really well in my opinion, and having a bunch of IDE features now makes it a great choice for many languages (:
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    @irene so I can pretend to be good at programming by having a bunch of vim buffers tiled everywhere
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