Watching all those screencasts (and listening all those podcasts) with more-or-less famous hackers/programmers I hear that many of those use emacs/vi(m) for their daily work. Now, I myself tried ...
Let me get my reasons straight first, and then of course they could be bad reasons: I want to learn the emacs environment, and I'm especially interested in org-mode, but I'm a touch-typist (dvorak) ...
I use vim already for quite a while and every day try to learn new things. But, somehow I yet don't feel that I own it. I'm looking for some intermediate to advanced books on vim which may be used as ...
I tried VIM and liked it but something stopped from using it: I had to type ESC to often, very often, something like each 5 seconds, and it was highly uncomfortable, so I stopped using it as a primary ...
I often see people express a preference for vi or vim for text editing or even for programming. I've tried it and I can't see how it could possibly be any faster or easier. If you use one of them, ...
I've decided to focus on one editor to do all programming, documentation, email, database querying, etc (in the spirit of The Pragmatic Programmer's idea that a programmer should focus on getting good ...
Every time you are looking for a text editor, no matter what language you are using, vi and Emacs are hall-of-famers. However they are ancient, and we have better alternatives (at least I hope we ...