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


I have three laptops: a Windows 10 one that I do most of my work on; and a MacPro and Linux Ubuntu 20.04 that I use to confirm everything on MacOS and Linux. All have their purposes. In most cases I use emacs for quick code/doc changes; VS Code for larger changes. If I need to create graphics, the Mac is best; if I want to quickly compile/build an app, Linux is fastest; one should use the appropriate tool for the task, not look at every task as a nail for a hammer.

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