This week we have Visual Studio Code, 3D renders, Chinese takeout dinners, Stranger Things 4 and a Netflix hack in our selection, all handpicked by Rudolf Major.
Visual Studio Code – Multi-Cursor
This article explains how the multi-cursor works. I have been using it for a while now, and it helps a lot in the development. It is straightforward to use, but many times others’ look surprised when I use it. It is a great feature, indeed. I can recommend it to everyone as you can save time using it.
Top 100 3D Renders
This is a real gem. I have a screen on the wall and usually, I run a calming video on it as a background. This one is easing my mind and help me concentrate on work. The author of the video ran a community challenge and he chose the top 100 from the results. He created an animation and the community delivered 2400 ‘alternate realities’.
3 Chinese Takeout Dinners you Can Make at Home
Homemade Chinese food. Not much I can add. I love Asian food. I have a friend who used to live there and he made amazing Indonesian sushi and I loved it.
Stranger Things 4 Trailer
I can’t wait to see season 4. I check Netflix every day to see if it’s available, but of course not. I’m very excited. I would also rather say this one is more like a teaser, not a trailer.
Netflix Search Options
I didn’t know that you can search Netflix by subtitle or audio language. It’s a standard built-in function, but I only learned about it last week.
This is a post in the Last Week in 5 Links series. We share a lot of interesting videos, articles and other types of content in our internal chat. We thought some of the info we come across could come in handy for others too. So each week we post five of the links we shared between ourselves in the previously selected by one of our team.
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