If you write any language that is based on using any type of bracket —
() — you often find yourself asking which closing bracket belongs to the opening one. And while we have great packages like Bracket Highlighter, this tip is baked right into Sublime Text.
When you have your cursor on any bracket, type Ctrl + M and Sublime will jump your cursor to the matching open or close bracket. No need to visually inspect your indentation, just jump back and forth with this!