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#+TITLE: Master Emacs in one year
#+AUTHOR: Chen Bin (redguardtoo)
I was a Microsoft fan because I was born in China. There was no Unix culture when I was young. My professor knew as much as I knew about Unix. Basically it's nothing. I believed Microsoft Windows was the only platform worth developing software on. I believed Visual Studio was the best IDE in the world. I was so loyal to Microsoft that I used Visual Studio to edit the code running on Linux server in my first job.
Besides, computers scared me to death. I'm ashamed to admit now that when I graduated from university I didn't know clipboard. If I need input duplicated texts, I typed them character by character. I chose an IT career simply for money.
My point is if a computer dummy like me can [[https://github.com/redguardtoo][be good at Emacs in one year]], you can do better.
Here is the structure of the article:
- Why Emacs matters? You can skip this part if you are familiar with Linux/Unix
- The key point of guide is take full advantage of Master's work. Don't re-invent the wheel
- The steps to master Emacs
- How to improve after grasping basics by learning from community and books
- What matters is people
- FAQ and Summary
* Table of Contents :noexport:TOC:
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