[HCS] HCS Seminar Series: The Linux Text Editor Wars

Greg Brockman brockman at hcs.harvard.edu
Mon Sep 21 16:25:00 EDT 2009

You should come to the second seminar of the 2009-2010 Harvard Computer
Society Seminar Series,
The Linux Text Editor Wars: Introduction to Vim and Emacs*

*Where: Maxwell-Dworkin 119
When: 7pm Tuesday, Sept. 22*

If you thought nano was an acceptable text editor, come to be proven *very
wrong* and to learn how to write code more efficiently than you previously
thought possible.  Your text editor is your only life line to your computer,
and the better you learn to wield it, the more powerful you will be come.
Compare light (Vim) versus dark (Emacs) and choose which one to use for your

Recommended especially for students in CS50.  Sponsored by CS50.*
Speakers: Joe Zimmerman (hcs.harvard.edu <joe at hcs.harvard.edu>), Jim Danz (
danz at hcs.harvard.edu), and Andy Brody (abrody at hcs.harvard.edu).

The HCS seminar series provides an open forum for members of the Harvard
community to speak about topics in computers, technology, and the universe
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schedule of talks.  Interested in giving a seminar?  Submit a brief
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email us at seminars at hcs.harvard.edu.
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