Why I switched from VIM after 6 years

@spicymeatball

It’s killing your deep work

As a VIM master from using others’ plugins to rolling out my own at some point I started to think as a professional that these concerns are much less important to me than shipping features you’re paid to ship features not spend time on your editor to make it look better or finding new ways to do things which don’t make your productive by any indicators.

It’s not suited for a lot of context switching

Let’s consider a Ruby On Rails task

It’s just not as good as others

1-Find and replace a word in a whole project? You have to install a plugin like ack.vim and figure out how to work with it easily

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