A tiny Atom package for developer inspiration.
Politely displays a random strategy for overcoming programming blocks. It can be configured to display a strategy when requested or when it detects keyboard inactivity across all Atom editors.
In 1975, Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt created a deck of cards printed with aphorisms designed to be drawn at random for help breaking through creative blocks. In April of 2015, I ran across Kevin Lawler's Prompts for Programmers and took it as a call to action. This Atom plugin is the result of that action. I highly recommend reading Kevin's post for more detail on each strategy.
Download the Atom editor
Install the oblique-strategies package
Configure the package to your liking:
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