I would like to give a big thanks to all the folks who attended today's Salt Lake Linux User Group Daytime Special Interest Group (SLLUG Daytime SIG). We had a great time covering the basics of vi(m) and I think everyone walked away knowing something new.
I want to thank Joe Brockmeier, and Linux.com for the source material and here is a list of places you can find equally great (actually better) presentations and tutorials on vi(m):
- Linux.com -- just click the link to search the site for vim ;)
- Vim 101
- Vim 201
- Viemu Cheat Sheet (herlo pimped this during my presentation)
Also to learn more about vi(m) read up on these:
There are thousands of other articles on vi(m) around the net, so if this doesn't give you your fix, search Google.