I mentioned Vim in my previous post, but wanted to go into more detail and show how powerful it is. If you’re a Windows developer or administrator you probably haven’t tried using it before since it is from the world of Unix (Vim is a clone of vi, or vi iMproved), but you really should try it out. In the next week I will show some examples up what you can quickly do with Vim, things that I’m not sure how you would do without it! Until then, below is some links that I have collected:
Plug-ins: Vim Outliner
One great tip is setting Vim to be the default editor when you right-click and do “view source” in Internet Explorer. Very slick!