10 Vim Tricks
Some times you need to write software to solve problems and automate systems. But sometimes all you really need is a good editor and a few tricks up your sleeves.
I find myself frequently turning to vim to handle repetitive tasks, and create commands I’ll run from the command line. Why write python when some efficient macros will do, or an occasional
:%s will save you time?
And naturally we will cover that godsend of typos, xp.
Bring your ideas or needs - we will be both interactive and have show and tell.
Bri Hatch, ExtraHop Networks
Bri Hatch is Director of IT at ExtraHop Networks, and Chief Hacker at Onsight, Inc. An adamant Open Source advocate and security buff, Bri is the author of Hacking Linux Exposed, Building Linux VPNs, and numerous online articles on the topics of Linux, security, and coding. He has been securing and breaking into systems since before he traded in his Apple II+ for his first Unix system.