Topic: Improve your Editing Life with Vim Presenter: Jack Hill When: Thursday, 8th January 2015, 7pm (pizza from 6.45pm) Where: NC State Engineering Building 2 Room 1021, Centennial Campus Parking: The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map: Google Maps Slides: Jack's Slides PDF or git repo. Full Screen Capture (OGV) of the presentation. Video: YouTube
Synopsis: I spend a large fraction of my time editing text, and am always on the lookout for things that will make the experience more enjoyable. In this talk, we will take a tour of the vim editor from how to use it and straight forward configuration options to arbitrary programming and scripting. While investigating these features, we will look at then through the lens of how they change your daily editing lives. There are, of course, other editors, and we will take a lightning tour of the other options.
Bio: Jack is a GNU/Linux administrator at Duke University. His is also a member of the Steering Committee, and is passionate about Free software, storage, and Haskell. When not thinking about computers, he cares about Catholicism, trains, and ultimate (frisbee).