Jonas Brusman

I like to do high fives, take photographs and make cool things with Ruby and JavaScript.

Why not blog about some VS Code extensions I'm using, maybe it can inspire someone. I tried to focus on the more unique and fun ones.

TabNine

Mindblowing autocompletion for all languages. It uses machine learning to predict what you're typing, and it's correct almost every time.

Unstable Ember Language Server

A must-have when working with Ember.js, which I do for a living at Teamtailor.

change-case

Quickly toggle between camelCase and snake_case. Or between over ten other cases.

Transformer

I use the unique lines feature quite often.

vscode-run-rspec-file

Quickly run a single rspec file or even a single rspec line from within VS Code.