The theme for our April meetup is project navigation. Here's the schedule (http://lanyrd.com/2013/navigating-a-codebase-with-vim/schedule/):
18:30 - Pizza delivery, courtesy of Forward 19:00 - Introduction and book giveaway 19:15 - Bare Bones Navigation, by Kris Jenkins 19:30 - Switching files, by Guy Routledge 19:45 - Meet ctags, by Oliver Caldwell 20:00 - Projections in rails.vim 5.0, by Claudio Ortolina Forward is kindly supplying pizza and beer. There should be enough pizza to go around, but you know how these things go: the early bird catches the worm.
The start times listed above are approximations.
Bare Bones Navigation: Vim's available everywhere. But when you're on a strange box, with none of your favourite plugins installed, how do you find your way around? Let's look at Vim's built-in tools...
Kris Jenkins is a freelance developer. Or a retired startup-hacker. Nobody is quite certain which.
Switching files: an overview of a selection of plugins that help you rapidly switch between files with minimal keystrokes.
Guy Routledge is a front end developer at Big Fish London.
Meet ctags: An introduction to tags in Vim. Detailing navigation methods and the use of the ctags tool to generate your own tags from an existing codebase.
Oliver Caldwell says "I'm a self taught web developer who loves open source, Linux and Vim. I've been hooked on Vim ever since I started tinkering with it. Now I just can't stop."
Projections in rails.vim 5.0: Rails.vim 5.0 introduces projections, a powerful and simple way to add custom, per project navigation commands to make your life as a Rails developer incredibly easier. In the talk we'll learn how to create projections for a large Rails application with specific internal conventions.
Claudio works as a full stack web developer at New Bamboo. When he's not coding, he's probably cooking. When he's not cooking, he's probably eating what he cooked.
This event is also listed on Lanyrd (http://lanyrd.com/2013/navigating-a-codebase-with-vim/) (although RSVPs are managed here on meetup.com).
BONUS! We'll be giving away a paperback copy of Learn Vimscript the Hard Way (http://learnvimscriptthehardway.stevelosh.com/), signed by the author.