So happy that I know how to use VIM. Why? Because sometimes I need to edit files on the remote host.
Maybe your IDE can’t successfully connect to the remote host and you end up with SSH and CLI commands.
My current scenario is implementing a payment gateway and using localhost as host is ignored 😦 I ended up coding on the shared hosting via SSH, but without slowdown thanks to VIM skills.
Finally, I was waiting for this awesome presentation by Luca Sartoni at WordCamp Slovakia http://lucasartoni.com/2014/05/20/remote-working-one-does-not-simply-spend-a-year-without-pants/
Great that Luca shared his experience, exactly for what I’m looking these days. He really knows and lives the stuff that he described. Ooooh, the best part was when he shared the 3 areas: productivity, management, socialisation that apply for individuals and companies, too. Thank you Luca wherever you’re sitting, working now 🙂