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re: Is linux good enough for everyday programming? VIEW POST

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Huh, I'm surprised you didn't try Windows Terminal along with WSL on Windows.

I have no problems writing python programs, debugging them and testing them using a remote python interpreter in WSL.

I wouldn't give up on Windows. Microsoft did a lot of improvements and for me it's an absolute pleasure to work in it.

 

Actually I played a little with WSL (not WSL2 tho) but it was a "meh" experience for me. But some comments mentioned that SWL2 is understimated and I'm thinking to give it a shote lated :D

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