1. Vim - precision editing at the speed of thought


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    Vim is optimzed for mouseless operation. Using the mouse slows us down, ergo Vim lets us work faster. No other text editor comes close to Vim for speed, efficiency, and availability. It's a serious tool for programmers and web developers: perfect for working with markup and scripting languages. Master Vim, and you will never need another text editor.

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    • Arrrrcamp 2010.10: Vim, walking without crutches by Drew Neil


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      In his provocatively titled blog post "Everyone Who Tried to Convince Me to use Vim was Wrong", Yehuda Katz showed how he switched from TextMate to Vim without experiencing an initial dip in productivity. Begin by emulating the working environment that you are comfortable with, then adopt Vim's idioms as and when you discover them. This is a welcome alternative to the hazing ""do everything the Vim way from day 1" approach, which is widely advocated by veterans. Anything that offers a leg-up Vim's infamous learning curve is to be commended. But be careful not to get too comfortable. Mastering Vim requires a change in mindset and if you don't break some of your old habits you could miss out. I will begin by showing how a TextMate user can make Vim feel almost like home. I will show what preferences you can set in your vimrc file, and which plugins you can install to emulate the TextMate experience. Like walking with crutches, some of these features are useful while you build your strength, but if you can learn to walk without them you will be able to move faster. I will show how.

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      • TM Talks-Drew Neil on Vim


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        Drew Neil ( from www.vimcasts.org ) on Vim

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        • TM Edinburgh - Drew Neil talks about HTML5 video


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          Drew Neil talks about HTML5 video at TechMeetup Edinburgh (14 April 2010) www.TechMeetup.co.uk

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          • Andrew Neil talks about the Radiant CMS


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            Andrew Neil talks about the Radiant CMS at ScotRUG (19th of May 2010)

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            • Andrew Neil talks about Bankjob&Associates


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              Andrew Neil talks about Bankjob&Associates . ScotRUG 18th of February 2010

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