September 2014 Meetup


Time: Starts 25 September 7:00 pm
Location: ThoughtWorks Werkstatt Berlin U2 Senefelder Platz / M2 Knaackstr. HH (Remise) 1. OG , Mülhauser Str. 6 , 10405 Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg (map)

Talks

  • "Plugins for writing a book with Vim" by Matthias Günther
  • "Andrew's guide to the NERDTree" by Andrew Radev
    The NERDTree is one of the most powerful Vim plugins up to date. And because of its many features, I feel that most people don't use it to its full potential. Stuff like precise node-by-node navigation, bookmarks, manipulating the file system, and, the most fun part of all, support for plugins.

    Since I consider myself a NERDTree power user, I'd like to demonstrate some of these and show off a few personal customizations that I've built to improve my workflow. I'll touch on some of the alternatives, but for the most part, I'll try to convince you that the NERDTree is an excellent tool to have in your toolbox.

Sponsor

ThoughtWorks Werkstatt Berlin

Thanks to ThoughtWorks Werkstatt Berlin for hosting this event.

Matthias Günther

Recap

Here are the notes from the talk "Plugins for writing a book with Vim" by Matthias Günther

as well as the notes from the talks "Andrew's guide to the NERDTree" by Andrew Radev

Matthias Günther

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