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Hey Guys, what Linux programs do you recommend for programming and development? Thanks in advance.

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    Eclipse, JetBrains, Sublime, Atom, VIM
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    Eclipse IDE. The one and only fully mature absolutely Open Source IDE.
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    @lig1 open source is not a primary concern for everyone :) I have a bazillion other criteria before "open source" enter into account
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    IDE: Eclipse
    Editor: Atom (free) / Sublime Text
    CLI: VIM
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    @willol everyone? Or just you? If you don't give a shit it doesn't mean nobody does.
    Open Source is the only Software one in mind should ever trust
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    @DutchmanDavid Eclipse IDE is capable to handle anything:)
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    @lig1 a lot of people, me as an example.
    There's tons of reasons for someone/a company to keep the sources closed, what's important for me is that the software can do what I expect. And for instance, Intellij is far more practical for me than eclipse, I won't amputate my productivity and comfort just because it's not open source
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    @lig1 Eclipse for Android is straight bs! Would never ever recommend Eclipse for Android.
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    Nice for the terminal:
    oh-my-zsh (for customizing it),
    guake (for easy access),
    byobu (for handling multiple windows/sessions inside the same shell)

    Network related:
    httpie.org (alternative to curl),
    wireshark (for looking at what really happens over the network)

    Editor:
    Try them all. Then post your opinion on devRant and sit back and watch the show in the comments section.
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    Netbeans! :D
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    @markzuckerberg done Android in Eclipse. Never fell uncomfortable.
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    VIM + tmux, sometimes I use atom and Android studio. I also have oh my zsh for terminal customization. Obviously git and finally I have an Firefox extensión for json prettify.
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    If you are a web dev.. Atom with emmet plugin and bunch of other plugins ❤️
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    Atom and coffee. By coffee I mean real coffee. Those are important.
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    brackets
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    Docker is pretty useful for me.
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    IDEs: Eclipse / NetBeans / JetBrains platform
    Text Editor: Vim(preinstalled) / Atom
    Everything else is or preinstalled or terminal.
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