I don’t think the second is a bad habit. There’s no special reason one needs to be using bin or nano imo.
I think all Unix/Linux developers should know vim. Because vi or vim is almost always installed on these variants. Sure for local development a UI is great, a very useful tool! But for editing files on remote machines, the ability to ssh to a remote machine and make a quick change is very important.
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