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Discussion on: How I set my Linux computer for coding

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Alfonso Reyes

Great post David! I love reading detailed and concise posts like yours ;)

I'd like to recommend to install "nvm" instead of the node binary, since you may find some projects where your node installation needs to be an older version o newer. With nvm you can manage your node versions with ease.

Btw is nice to see other latam folks here on DEV, keep it on!

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

Thanks for the compliment, its my first long and concise post, but I see people liked it so I might write more,

You are completely right for the nvm but I didn't included just because of the simplest way for a beginner to start.
Btw Honduras here, where are you from?

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Alfonso Reyes

Well yes, I agree with you on the nvm comment, although when I started I wish i had learn to use nvm first haha.

And yes, congratulations on all the positive feedback you are receiving, I hope to see more posts of your authorship.

Mexico here, saludos :D

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

Thinking about it... they are some times i needed an old npm... you are right hahaha

I just posted a quick tutorial on makefiles, and I had one on readme files just in case you are interested

Saludos Mexico Ten una buena semana amigo :D