I just had two emails come in at once:
- People fighting about vi vs. emacs
- A reminder that Bram Moolenaar, creator of Vim, is speaking tonight at Google’s Mountain View headquarters at 7pm (Tuesday, February 13th)
Bram Moolenaar, creator of the Vim text editor and Software Engineer in Google’s Zurich office, will be visiting our Mountain View headquarters on Tuesday, February 13th to discuss the “Seven habits for effective text editing, 2.0.” Bram’s presentation will give an overview of several ways to effectively use Vim to edit programs, structured text and documentation.
Please join us for Bram’s presentation if you’re in the area. Doors will open at 6:30 PM and Bram will begin speaking at 7:00 PM. Refreshments will be served; please plan to sign in at Building 41 reception when you arrive.
For those of you who were unable to attend the last session of the Open Source Developers @ Google Speaker Series, you can check out the video and slides from Ben Collins-Sussman and Brian Fitzpatrick’s talk on “How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous People (And You Can Too).”
Since people not in the valley can read this blog, don’t worry, the talk will be put on Google Video shortly.