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


MacOS is the best. It has similar terminal and is Unix based and also has something that Linux doesn't have: big support from big companies. So you have things like Photoshop or Affinity software, MS Office etc. Second thing is that you don't need to worry about drivers.

But I had Ubuntu installed on my old laptop and I must admit that Linux is good starting point for beginners.

Also I tried WSDL but it didn't worked so well so I fully switched to MacOS.

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