2014/xmonad: the window manager that -practically- reads your mind

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Many desktop environments try to be easy to use for the average user, but that’s not you. You’re at your computer all day writing code; you don’t have time to waste dragging windows (ugh!) or watching animated transitions (yuck!). David Brewer will demonstrate how by using xmonad, a tiling window manager, you can bend your desktop to your will and control your windows with telepathy. Kind of.

Speaker: David Brewer

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