dotfiles - my Vim/Tmux config :muscle::zap:

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If you're brand new to Vim, I recommend using ThoughtBot's dotfiles. They are better maintained than mine :). Clone this repo (or your own fork!) to your home directory (/Users/username).

https://mikecoutermarsh.com/boston-vim-learning-vim-in-a-week/
https://github.com/mscoutermarsh/dotfiles

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