Another vim pro-tip today. This one is pretty basic, but if you don’t know it, it can save you a whole bunch of typing.
A lot of times, whether it be while testing,
acking you know the line you want to go to before you open a file.
When launching vim, you can specify the number to open the first file to, like:
$ vim somefile.rb +24
And the cursor will be placed at the beginning of that line, centered on the screen.