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re: Why My Development Environment is the Best VIEW POST

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Love the minimalism.
I've been working on a draft detailing my setup. It's very similar to yours, except the client-side is a Chromebook, running stock ChromeOS, and, therefore, 99% of my projects are on remote dev servers.

On the server-side, it is just vim, docker, and few other tools. Although, my vim config is a bit more than 10 lines; mainly plugins for Go, Rust, JS, & hashicorp tools.

 

I would love to hear about that. I'm very curious about developing on a Chromebook, particularly anything that lets you keep the security aspects but develop locally.

 

That's been my number 1 principle in a Chromebook setup: keeping ChromeOS security model in tact, while having flexibility to develop locally/offline when absolutely needed, though I've never been in a situation that forced me to be completely offline, thanks to tethering to my mobile network.

I'll share the link to my article once I've published it. 🙂

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