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Co Worker: "Your computer is missing a mouse!"
Me: "I require less dependencies to use a computer"

BBUUUURRRRNN

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    How?
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    @DeveloperACE Loooots of keyboard shortcuts
    Or Emacs/Vim, maybe
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    @DeveloperACE Linux console only? Maybe :D
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    @DeveloperACE @kaylebor yup, build tools / env installed and full screen sublimetext from boot πŸ‘Œ
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    @Shonen I used to have Guake terminal but sublimetext console with zsh is good enough for building / testing ☺️
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    @brod sounds like a nice setup. Linux for development rules

    It's a shame I'm a gamer too, I'd love to get rid of Windows forever 😐
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    @Kaylebor I actually borrowed (stole) an ity bity tiny little Lenovo pc and set it up as my debian dev station to get out of that dilemma. Highly recommend it!
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    @brod that's certainly an interesting option. I'll probably end up doing something like that, dual booting is not hard but it's... inconvenient
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    @Kaylebor agreed, the second you reboot you remember that one other thing you needed to do.. πŸ™ƒ
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