Sources say the decision was made by how long interns spent in each editor. In fact, it appears the vim users simply never exited once they opened the program, presumably because they found it so productive.

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    313 months ago

    Bah, a magnetised needle and a steady hand is the one true way to edit code on your prod system.

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        83 months ago

        Hah, still relying on butterflies? Real programmers simply use the starting conditions of the universe to understand where their program will spontaneously compile

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      I used to have my local environment synced to prod. Saving meant deployed.

      Everything was feature flagged by default, we never broke production in years. That was early 2010s.