Advance dev journey with VI

 

I don’t remember correctly when was the first time that I started to learn VI. It may be the time I learnt shell programming at university or the time when I graduated and started to work at FPT-Software in the role of Brew developer (Mobile platform developed by Qualcomm) for Japanese customers, running simulations on Redhat. As far as I remember, at that time VI was just a text editor, no more, no less. Then, Hoa - a close friend working at Fsoft - told me about the amazing things I can do with VI when he worked at HarveyNash.

Recently, I was inspired by some young and talented co-workers like Khoi and Cuong Vuong about how effective VI can help to advanced “Typing at the speed of thought”.

Therefore, I decided to take the chance to learn VI from the beginning in order to have VI at my toolbell to help enjoying my dev journey, which involves a lot of terminal in the world of Cloud Computing and Container, Severless …

Happy learning VI

(Updated 08122018) Here is some interesting graph related to vim editor report by triplebyte during their interviews

Editor Usage Rates

Editor Usage Rates

Interview Pass Rates

Interview Pass Rates

Editor usage by language

Editor usage by language