Mastering Vi Editor
Why don't the characters that I type on my keyboard appear on the Vi screen ?
Why does Vi make it so tough to write anything on Linux ?
Why is it so tough to use Vi ?
Why doesn't Linux have a simple editor like notepad ?

Are these the kind of questions that hover in your mind when you think of Vi editor ?

Let me assure you, that these questions arise from the fear of the unknown

The same fear of unknown that haunts a young child who rides a tricycle
and wants to ride a geared bike, but
is uncertain of its own capabilities of riding the bike.
Isn't it humans who ride the bikes ?
Isn't the child a human ?
Then, whats stopping it from riding the bike ?
Its the fear that resides in its head.
To overcome this fear, you got to face it.

Isn't it true that software engineers use Vi editor ?
Aren't you a software engineer ? ....

See it to believe it
For many of us, we believe only after we see.

This workshop is specifically designed to make you
witness at first hand, the limitless power of Vi editor
Every session will be dedicated to
accomplishing various tasks using Vi editor
Each participant will practically witness
the power of Vi through their own hands.

No doubt, getting comfortable with using Vi [ or Vim ] editor
is the most difficult hurdle for someone who is new to Linux.

But, the irony is that, although at first Vi looks very scary and unfriendly,
in no less than a couple of hours of understanding it,
you will find that
Vi a piece of cake to not only learn, but also to master.

This workshop is a complete hands-on program
to take you through this journey of
transforming you
from the one who fears Vi
to the one who loves Vi.

You will not only become comfortable with Vi editor,
but will also learn techniques to master Vi editor.

Who is this workshop for ?
This workshop is specifically designed for you, if you

➢ fear using Vi editor
➢ feel that notepad is much easier to use than Vi editor
➢ spend lot of time moving the cursor in Vi editor
➢ use backspace key to edit words using Vi editor
➢ are new to the Unix/Linux world
➢ developing Unix/Linux software
➢ write automation test scripts
➢ administer Unix/Linux server system
➢ do research on a Unix/Linux environment
➢ are a student doing a Unix/Linux project

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