Vim.Works is creating Vim tutorials
1
patron
$3
per month
Thank you for believing in the power of Vim, and helping to spread the word about the world's greatest editor. It takes hours to script, record, and edit each video, and that doesn't even count all the time spent researching the content for each blog post to make sure I find the best techniques for tackling each area. With your support, I'll be able to continue creating these indefinitely.

Vim has made my programming life so much better, and every time I learn some new way to use it it's a little bubble of joy I want to share with the world.  As a patron you'll have a voice in the future content of Vim.works. Your questions and suggestions will be the starting points for new content to help you and and all the other vim geeks make the most awesome code, as easily and efficiently as possible. 

So thank you, for believing in Vim, believing in me, and helping to spread the word.
Tiers
Life Support
$1 or more per month
  • Access to Patreon only posts with random Vim discoveries
  • Early access to new overview videos & their comment sections
Video Star
$3 or more per month
  • Help keep Vim.works going 
  • Patreon feed with random Vim discoveries
  • Early access to new overview, and plugin videos & their comment sections
  • Access to videos about cool plugins
  • Your name on the site, and in the video credits.
Cookbookery
$5 or more per month
  • Help keep Vim.works going
  • Patreon feed with random Vim discoveries
  • Early access to new overview, and plugin videos & their comment sections
  • Access to cookbook videos
  • Outlines of upcoming posts or video scripts for you to comment on and help shape the results.
  • Your name on the site, and in the video credits.
  • Your suggestions for cookbook videos, how to posts, and any other new content go to the top of the list.
Goals
$3 of $1,000 per month
2+ posts a month, including at least one new video demonstrating a cool plugin or overview of basic vim functionality like the many ways to open files, or relative and absolute line numbers.
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Thank you for believing in the power of Vim, and helping to spread the word about the world's greatest editor. It takes hours to script, record, and edit each video, and that doesn't even count all the time spent researching the content for each blog post to make sure I find the best techniques for tackling each area. With your support, I'll be able to continue creating these indefinitely.

Vim has made my programming life so much better, and every time I learn some new way to use it it's a little bubble of joy I want to share with the world.  As a patron you'll have a voice in the future content of Vim.works. Your questions and suggestions will be the starting points for new content to help you and and all the other vim geeks make the most awesome code, as easily and efficiently as possible. 

So thank you, for believing in Vim, believing in me, and helping to spread the word.

Recent posts by Vim.Works

Tiers
Life Support
$1 or more per month
  • Access to Patreon only posts with random Vim discoveries
  • Early access to new overview videos & their comment sections
Video Star
$3 or more per month
  • Help keep Vim.works going 
  • Patreon feed with random Vim discoveries
  • Early access to new overview, and plugin videos & their comment sections
  • Access to videos about cool plugins
  • Your name on the site, and in the video credits.
Cookbookery
$5 or more per month
  • Help keep Vim.works going
  • Patreon feed with random Vim discoveries
  • Early access to new overview, and plugin videos & their comment sections
  • Access to cookbook videos
  • Outlines of upcoming posts or video scripts for you to comment on and help shape the results.
  • Your name on the site, and in the video credits.
  • Your suggestions for cookbook videos, how to posts, and any other new content go to the top of the list.