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Discussion on: Developing JS/TS with VIM

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Patrick Charles-Lundaahl

+1 for this. It's less relevant if you're always doing straight coding, but I do a fair amount of (fairly hacky) ops work, and I'd be dramatically slower if I had to use something like Nano to do editing over ssh.

But all that said, if it's not your thing, there's nothing wrong with that! I think the variety in tools is really wonderful, because it means everyone has a good chance of finding something that really works for them.