Vim Links of Worth and Valor
- Vimcasts - Screencasts on Vim
- Vim Recipes - A free cookbook for Vim
- A Byte of Vim by Swaroop C H - Vim book released under a Creative Commons license
- Bringing Vim to the People - Get Vim setup with a bundle of great features (targeted at Ruby/Rails progs) quick:
- Coming Home to Vim - Jamis Buck on coming back to Vim
- Vim Follow Up w-up to coming back to Vim
- From TextMate to Vim -> Vim article from ArtfulCode
- Vim for TextMate fans - Targeting you Textmate fanatics
- Vim Made Easy ( How to Get Your Favorite IDE Features in Vim ) - Get your favorite IDE features in vim from Ars Technica
- 100 Vim Commands Every Programmer Should Know - A list of 100 basic Vim commands
- vim.org - Official Vim site
- Vim Tips - Official Vim tips site
- twitter.com/vimtips - Tweeted vim tips, of course!
- vimtweets.com - And the site where we store those vim tips
Plugins I (mileszs) actually use:
These are ever-changing. If you have any questions as to why I use a certain plugin, or a suggestion as to another plugin I might like, you’re welcome to chat with me, or email me. Use miles (at) mileszs (dot) com.
Vim, together with tmux comprises my idea of an "Integrated Development Environment". Using the command-line version of Vim greatly affects which plugins I find useful.
The monster staring intensely at you is Vim Diesel: The Many-Tentacled Vim Monster.
Vim Diesel, from his dark house in the mighty city of Noremap’`, will rise to bring TextMate users again beneath his sway. Some day he will call, when the stars are in the appropriate mode.
Meanwhile no more must be told.