Two things I learned on accident this week:
vim: when your cursor is over a number, ctrl-a increments it. (Members of @pdxhackathon tell me that ctrl-x decrements it.) Not sure where I’ll use it, but it’s interesting.
IOS (the Cisco kind): ‘sh run’ and then ‘/[string]’ to search is way faster than ‘sh run | include [string]’.
Also, a few weeks ago, I upgraded my production systems to PostgreSQL 9. A seamless transition, as usual. So far the only thing that’s tripping me up is the change to d [viewname] (see the release notes) – you now have to use d+ [viewname] to see the queries a view is based on. Just a matter of training my fingers to do something different.
I also discovered how to drop multiple columns from a table in a single statement:
ALTER TABLE tablename DROP COLUMN column1, DROP COLUMN column2, DROP COLUMN column3;
I don’t know if that’s new or I just figured it out (and I’m too lazy to go look up the release notes to find out right now), but I like it.