2012/Using XMonad for a No-Nonsense, Highly Productive Linux Desktop Experience

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Many Linux 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 want to mess around with dragging windows or (ugh) watching animated transitions. David Brewer will demonstrate how by using xmonad, a tiling window manager, you can free yourself from the tyranny of the mouse.

Speaker: David Brewer

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GitHub repository for tallk: https://github.com/davidbrewer/xmonad-ubuntu-conf

This repository contains the xmonad configuration discussed in the talk, plus instructions on how to install it and how to use it.

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