asmith9983 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 11:00:11 PDT 2006
I'm in the process of putting some training together on ViM essentials,
trying to provide a few tips on getting up the learning curve, and why
its worth doing so, To get to the powerful features that make Vim the
editor of choice, and gvim if you have no choice but to use windows.
I could also do one on Bash and Bash scripting. After Bash I could also
do my one on Linux utilities. e.g Why you should learn what they do,
and how you can with a script tie together a set of programs with
specific tasks, but flexible with command line options.
All of things sit alongside Perl, so should interest everyone. I have a
projector iBook, and screen which I can bring along. We could probably
arrange to sit out of the way of other customers at the rear of the
Guildford Arms, although they would be welcome to sit in. I'd also
bring along copies of my training booklets. Its a combination of
original work, useful web and man pages, with laminated covers.
Please post feedback.
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