[Article Proposal] Setting Up Developmen environment with Neovim and CoC plugin

Summary: Show neovim setup and CoC plugin to do software development in C++, Go, Rust, Python and Java.

Description: The purpose of this article would be to show how Neovim with CoC plugin is used to have a decent development environment in Fedora. I like it because is fast and efficient specially with code snippets. I setup my workstation to do quick development in C++, Java, Python, Go and Rust.

For specific serious development I think there are very specialized IDEs such as Eclipse, VS Code or those from JetBrains which are really good, but if you want to have a fast alternative then the setup showed here is interesting.

Image attached with Rust editing and debug session

Sounds good to me. +1 :slightly_smiling_face:

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@alberto.patino +1 from me. I’ve created Taiga card #344 for you. We use these cards to track the progress of articles.

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