I spend all day coding. But I, like many of other programmers lack the short term motivation to spend time on short cut memorising sites like shortcutfoo. They separate the process of learning shortcuts from the process of programming and therefore fall short on helping programmers. The difference between a good programmer and a great programmer is their ability to reduce the amount of work they have to do and increase the automation and speed of their actions. Shortcuts, whether for vim, sublime or atom are an easy to learn way to greatly increase programmer output. However most people only learn advanced shortcuts through other coders or the off chance they remember one off a list of shortcuts.
Code Buddy is the first sublime plugin that records the users actions and tells the user through instant notifications when their keystrokes are inefficient. Additionally it suggests lesser known features of Sublime for newer programmers. Code Buddy is MIT Licensed.