loading...

re: Getting Out of the Open Source Toy Box VIEW POST

FULL DISCUSSION
 

Ah well. I first played with Linux in 1997 I think. Generally my home machine has Windows on because it's for gaming (and there are a few games I like that haven't been ported) but if I want to code I fire up Virtual box and Ubuntu.

I've been working full time in Linux server development for over 15 years with Linux desktop machines though. It is, as you say, different horses for different courses.

I wouldn't even know where to start developing in Windows land personally. Good luck with everything and I hope you do well :)

 

Thanks so much. A long term goal would be to be comfortable in both!

code of conduct - report abuse