John Anderson will be giving a talk at YAPC::NA 2012 described as:
Have you ever spent most of a day getting your editor set up “just right”? Have you justified the time spent on customizing your configuration in terms of the overall productivity gains that are going to result once you remember what key binding you put that new tweak on? Or maybe, whenever you see a tweak described for that _other_ editor, you can’t rest until you’ve duplicated and maybe even expanded upon it for the clearly superior editor you use? If the above hit too close to home — particularly if you’ve ever written a program specifically to allow you to more easily deploy your editor configuration on a new machine — this talk is for you.
We’re going to talk about editor tweaks that make writing, testing, running, and otherwise working with Perl faster and easier, so you can focus on the stuff that really matters: beer, go karts, and cool new editor color themes…
[From the YAPC::NA Blog.]