Modern Vim now available as a beta book

I’m pleased to announce that you can now purchase Modern Vim as a beta book.

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Dive into Neovim, with thoughtbot Upcase

I’ve produced 10 new screencasts for thoughtbot, on the topics of Vim 8 and Neovim. The videos are available now for Upcase subscribers as the course: Dive into Neovim (you can watch the first 3 videos for free).

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I'm writing a new book: Modern Vim

I’m very happy to announce that I’m writing a new book. My working title is Modern Vim. It’s a sequel to Practical Vim, and will be published by the Pragmatic Bookshelf.

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Practical Vim, revised for Vim 8

I’ve revised the second edition of Practical Vim, bringing it up to date with Vim 8. If you bought the ebook direct from Pragmatic Bookshelf, then you’ll receive the update for free.

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What's new in Practical Vim, 2nd edition

The first edition of Practical Vim was published in 2012. Vim has continued to evolve in the three years since, making some of the material out of date. We’ve just published a 2nd edition of Practical Vim (Pragmatic Bookshelf, 2015) with updated material and some new tips.

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I am pleased to announce that the Pragmatic Bookshelf have just published a second edition of Practical Vim. If you bought the first edition as an ebook direct from PragProg, then you will receive a free upgrade to the second edition.

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Doing more with each change

I’ve noticed a pattern running through a few recent episodes of Vimcasts: I’ll demonstrate one way of doing something, and remark that to revert the change requires two or more undos. Then I’ll demonstrate another way of doing the same thing, perhaps using functionality from a plugin, and this time I can revert the change with a single undo. That seems to me to be a good criteria for deciding which method is better: it’s the one that can be reverted with the fewest number of undos.

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Announcing Peer to Peer

Peer to Peer is a new project of mine. I’m producing a series of long form videos where you can watch how experts solve tech problems. The first video is now available: Counting Tree Nodes, featuring Tom Stuart.

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Study Core Vim at your own pace

I’ve taught my Core Vim Class to more than 600 people online and in person. Now, for the first time, I’m making available the core learning resources – the VimDojo and 10 videos – for purchase. The Core Vim Course allows you to study Vim at your own pace, in your own time.

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Look! A new Vimcasts site

Today I’m rolling out some major enhancements to the Vimcasts.org website. I’ve been working on this project with Hannah Adcock since January. If you’re reading this via RSS, why not click through to the new homepage and check it out?

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