Git Better with Vim

Git Better with Vim

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Power up your efficiency with Git and Vim. This email course will bring you 24 lessons over 12 weeks. That’s 24 essential tips and tricks and in-depth tutorials for integrating Vim into your Git workflow.  Save time and work more efficiently with our course — absolutely essential for anyone who uses Vim and Git.

Lessons include a succinct and helpful tips in text form with some videos demonstrating the action. 

Git Better With Vim features the most popular Git plugin for Vim: Fugitive. But we’ll also cover many other plans useful to improving your Git workflow with Vim. And we’ll tell you how to get the most out of Vim and Git when plugins aren’t available, too.

The course touches on every step of the Git workflow and how to do so right inside of Vim:

  • Committing
  • Interactive rebase
  • Git blame
  • Diffing like a boss in Vim
  • GitHub and GitLab integration
  • Code reviews from Vim
  • Ctag integration with Git
  • Merge conflict resolution
  • Advanced history navigation
  • ….and much more.

At little more than $1 per lesson, each of which will take just a few minutes to read, understand, and internalize, you’re assured to make back your time and money in increased efficiency.

How it Works

Our email courses all take on the VimTricks format you know and love: Short but helpful tips and tricks that focus on a suspect Vim workflow improvement. Each lesson is sent to you via email and some include short video demonstrations. No matter when you purchase, you’ll start at the beginning of the course and receive two lessons every week.

Add the eBook

You can optionally pick up the eBook to go along with your course. It’s the same content but in handy eBook format for archiving and future reference. The Git Better with Vim eBook will be released around January 1, 2021.

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Colin Bartlett

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Vim enthusiast and software developer for more than 20 years.
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