1. Lists, Vim, and You

  2. Beyond the Basics: Mastering Git

  3. Opt-In, Project-Specific Vim Spell-Checking and Word Completion

  4. New on Upcase—Onramp To Vim

  5. An Improved vim-rspec Workflow

  6. Writing Go in Vim

  7. Control Rdio from Vim

  8. Writing Clojure in Vim

  9. Writing Vim Syntax Plugins

  10. Write a Vim Plugin with TDD

  11. Tmux Only For Long-Running Processes

  12. How to Edit an Existing Vim Macro

  13. Replacing NERDTree with Ctrl-P

  14. Recursive Macros in Vim

  15. Faster Grepping in Vim

  16. Vim Spell-Checking

  17. No Newline at End of File

    Mike Burns
  18. High-Performance Ruby Editing with Vim

  19. ${VISUAL}ize the Future

    Mike Burns
  20. Use RSpec.vim with tmux and Dispatch

  21. Running Specs from Vim, Sent to tmux via Tslime

  22. Running Specs From Vim

  23. The Art of Vim: Screencast on Text Objects

    Michael Manor
  24. The Art of Vim

  25. Seamlessly Navigate Vim and tmux Splits

  26. Extending Rails.vim with Custom Commands

  27. Vim Splits - Move Faster and More Naturally

  28. Wrap Existing Text at 80 Characters in Vim

  29. Sort Lines Alphabetically In Vim

  30. Vimulator

  31. Vim, You Complete Me

    Mike Burns
  32. Trail Map

  33. How to Extract an Intention-Revealing Name Using Vim

  34. Global .gitignore

  35. Convert Ruby 1.8 to 1.9 Hash Syntax

  36. Vim Macros and You

  37. Writing CSS in Vim

  38. The Next Boston Vim Meetup

  39. The Vim Learning Curve is a Myth

  40. Movin' and Shakin'

  41. Boston Vim Meetup

  42. Vim: Execute Commands On Global Matches And Their Surrounding Lines

  43. Font Battle 2011

  44. Taming a Supercar

  45. A tmux Crash Course

  46. Love, Hate, & tmux

  47. Set Your Mouse Free

  48. How Grep Got its Name

    Mike Burns
  49. Vim for Rubyists

  50. Viiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim

    Mike Burns