I just don't see how the close reason presented applies to the question.
I recently joined a new company, and in my previous company, I've been working with my Vim/Tmux workflow. But in new company, they say that I need to follow company standards, and one of the company standards is to use Sublime Text Editor with a few configurations.
Now, I'd really like to continue with my Vim/Tmux workflow, as I'm quite fast at it. So how should I communicate with them to resolve this thing?
Note: Vim can surely be configured like Sublime would have been configured.
The close reason:
"Real questions have answers. Rather than explaining why your situation is terrible, or why your boss/coworker makes you unhappy, explain what you want to do to make it better. For more information, click here." – gnat, The Wandering Dev Manager, Lego Stormtroopr
"How should I communicate with them to resolve this thing?"
This couldn't be further from the actual content of the question. What's going on here? Is the question bad and our close reasons are just sorely out of sync with our site's standards? Or was this foolishly closed (see: the number of real answers - although high pretty proportional to the question's attention - and the number of upvotes on the question as well as on many of the answers.)