Adam loves a good dark theme and supporting a fellow creator, and Hedy Li finished the episode we did with Nikita Prokopov covering FiraCode and reached out saying Zeno Rocha’s work on Dracula deserved the same credit. We agreed. So we linked up with Zeno about his passion for open source, how he’s changed his mind on making money with open source, his big release of Dracula Pro and the future of Dracula, and of course his new book – 14 Habits of Highly Productive Developers. Check for a link in the show notes for details on how to get your hands on Zeno’s book for free through our giveaway.
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Notes and Links
Giveaway details!! Check this blog post for all the details to win a free copy of Dracula PRO && 14 Habits of Highly Productive Developers
- The open source Dracula Theme
- Dracula PRO - a color scheme and UI theme tailored for programming. Made for terminal emulators, code editors, and syntax highlighters. Designed to be aesthetically pleasing while keeping you focused.
- Book: 14 Habits of Highly Productive Developers
- Kindle Direct Publishing
- The Changelog #398: The ONE thing every dev should know and other words of wisdom from Jessica Kerr
- The Changelog #399: Shipping work that matters ~ revisiting Shape Up & product development with Ryan Singer
- The Changelog #248: Open source lessons learned with Zeno Rocha
- The Changelog #77: Solarized and Linux on the Desktop with Ethan Schoonover