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Chris Rosser

Chris Rosser

Chris Rosser is a technical writer, blogger and novelist based in Melbourne, Australia. He holds degrees history, archaeology, and communication. He lives with his wife and three children. Website Twitter Facebook

Atom's okay, but I prefer VS Code →

This article by SoftwareHow came across my radar today. It's a survey of text editors for the Mac.  In fairness they did a pretty thorough job evaluating most of the usual suspects.

I agree that Sublime Text 3 is the best commercial text editor for...well every platform, but for their recommendation of Atom falls as the best free editor is off the mark. I think Atom's okay, but in my experience VS Code is far more performant, and useful to me  especially for markdown and Python projects, where I spend most of my time.

Best Text Editor for Mac in 2021: Unbiased Reviews
A text editor is a handy, flexible tool that deserves a place on every computer.

Journeyman has a new home

With a little bit of routing magic in a YAML file, I partition my site to give the Journeyman a new home, making it easier to follow my solo RPG adventure.…

Introducing Alashiya →

Over in the Codex, I introduce Alashiya, my sandpit for solo RPG and stories, set in a world inspired by the ancient Aegean and Near East. I detail my inspiration for the geopgraphy and landscape, begin sharing some of the details about the main political and cultural centres.

I’ve made no secret that I studied archaeology as an undergraduate, and the Ancient Mediterranean, North Africa and the Levant held a particular fascination for me. This is my chance to rekindle that interest, and explore and to create in the medium I know best, and one I am only really beginning to explore.

In the spirit of world-building as I go, I'll fleshing out the world as I play my solo RPG campaign, the Journeyman.

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VS Code

Over on Twitter, I make a public admission about my surprising love for VS Code.…

Session #1: You die at dawn

After a coup erupts in the Palace of Akrium, the Journeyman lands in gaol with some unsavoury characters, at least one of which wants him dead -- not that it matters, our Journeyman dies at dawn.…