Pro "haxxors" and coders can live without a full-blown IDE and usually prefer a good editor, a good terminal, a good operating system, scripts and habits.
One such good editor is vim and I thought why not blog down some tips&tricks?
Aside of writing down some neat tricks I wrote and wrote and wrote and my text became a spaghetti whose half is for vim-novices and other half is for mid level and "at least casual" vim users so I thought I seperate these two into their own blog posts or maybe later who knows add more and more parts to this little "vim dev env series".
Some of my posts take a little long to appear because of the amount of work I need to do for preparing them, while I feel there are also a lot of tips I can easily share and are still meaningful to others. Because of this I think it will be a good idea for me to seperate a series of quick tricks and tips related to coding or other areas related to our field.
This is the first post in this short series.