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There where some java coaches here telling us the way they saw how to program. Ok it's not a perl thing. But rather a which tool I use thing.

Those coaches thought of watch makers. In the old days they al had their workingtable that had the same way of putting the tools on that table. So every watchmaker could sit at the other watchmakers table and start working without having to search the tools where placed on the table.
Well they saw us using the same tools on the same way as everyone else. So when I sit at my coworkers PC I could use it the way we are all used to.

Well I don't want that. I have a highly tweaked VIM on my PC. It generates code. Has certain shortcuts. I also use tags with ctags. So I don't want to give up all those easy things that make my live pleasant. If I need something else I code it in my vim so it speeds up my work. I customized it so it makes my life easy and pleasant. I thinks as long as I can work as fast as anyone else, can do the same things as the other guys(most of the times I'm faster). They shouldn't tell me what tools to use to program my code...(even in visual c++ IDE you can configure VIM as editor).
What are the thoughts on this on perlmonks?

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but not the fact that I am right

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