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wonwon0
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we're in a meeting to plan the inclusion of new interns. They don't have that much experience on linux but all our development is on linux:

me: So we'd need to setup up their computers, keep in mind they don't have experience on linux

coworker: gotcha, i'll do it.

**proceeds to install arch-linux**

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  • 4
    pacstrap /mnt base nano
  • 3
    IMHO Ubuntu/Debian would be worse for dev, because they both ship with deprecated versions of several runtimes.
  • 3
    @metamourge yeah but for inexperienced people, arch is not a good option. It's like pushing someone who has never skied on an expert trail... not the best way to introduce you to the joy of skiing.
  • 1
    Don't forget to use yadm for the dotfile replication 😌
  • 4
    @wonwon0
    Sink or swim. It's Darwin time baby 😎
  • 1
    I started with Fedora, then Manjaro and now Mint. I think it's not that bad being _forced_ to use the terminal probably helps them to not use some gui fallbacks all the time.
  • 1
    @Wolle
    That awkard moment they realize half the guis they're using are actually just starting cli processes in the background.
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