Vimcasts was launched four years ago, in January 2010. I anticipated making only a dozen screencasts, but there are now over 50, as well as a blog. I’m going to make some changes so you can find what you’re looking for more easily. I’d appreciate your help! Please fill out this survey and I’ll take your feedback on board.
Boost your productivity with a Vim training class. Join a public class, or book a private session for your team.
Drew hosted a private Vim session for the shopify team that was one of the best workshops I have ever attended.
John Duff, Director of Engineering at Shopify
Make yourself a faster and more efficient developer with the help of these publications, including Practical Vim (Pragmatic Bookshelf 2012), which has over 50 five-star reviews on Amazon.
After reading it, I've switched to vim as my default editor on a daily basis with no regrets. ★★★★★
Learn to use Vim efficiently in your Ruby projects
In association with Thoughtbot, one of the most well respected Rails consultancies in the world, I've produced a series of screencasts on how to make navigating your Ruby projects with Vim ultra-efficient. Along the way, you’ll also learn how to make Ruby blocks a first-class text object in Vim. This lets you edit Ruby code at a higher level of abstraction. Available to buy from Thoughtbot..