If you're an Erlang fan, how do you configure Vim? Adam Rutkowski sent me Writing Erlang with Vim, which includes his favourite plugins for tmux integration, Erlang code navigation, and documentation lookups.
Did you know that there's a suite of vim plugins dedicated to Erlang development making it, hands down, the best Erlang/OTP development environment? Let me break it down for you.
He's included videos for each plugin so you can see how it's supposed to work.
I noticed Adam uses asciinema for the videos -- this is new to me but seems amazingly useful for showing off cool terminal tricks. It actually shows terminal screencasts as text, complete with colours, which looks a lot better than blurry gifs.