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    All the time
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    Also always: people who are too stupid to tap the right button in a simple multiple choice test and yet try to develop software, which is how a lot of shitty software can be explained.
  • 9
    @Fast-Nop man, that test is way to hard alright, everyone keeps failing, it's got to be the test that's wrong!
  • 6
    We just see that you need help and we're good people. Just accept our love dude 😏
  • 3
    @C0D4 two words : muscle memory.
  • 9
    Just use right tools for the right job. Linux for programming, Windows for gaming. Period.
  • 6
    @sjzurek windows if you want to waste your time. Exactly 😏😁
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    @sjzurek or windows for development and Linux for gaming?
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    Not really.
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    @sjzurek windows is just a well suited for development
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    Windows vs Linux is like dog shit vs cat shit. And then there's Mac, which is expensive shit from rare species in Abroadistan.
  • 7
    Linux if you value your freedom and time.

    Linux > Windows
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    @Bybit260 You must be joking right?
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    @frogstair windows is just *a well* suited for development

    ...you mean if you jump in you will drown?
  • 3
    Always depends of your needs, I used Windows, Mac and Linux

    All suck, but Linux suck less
  • 2
    Far more common than linux evangelism is haters claiming there is evangelism.
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    @spocksocks I don't joke with that stuff (Really serious face)
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    @frogstair Exactly, I've been developing with Windows for ~3 years, never had any problems I didn't have with Linux.

    Given I only develop for web and mobile but never really had to complain.
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    Windows user: "stop telling me to use Linux!"
    Linux user: "stop whinging at me about your broken windows install like I give a shit"
    Windows user: "IT'S NOT BROKEN, HER NAME IS SONY AND SHE IS BEAUTIFUL. SHE'S JUST AS THE FACTORY MADE HER"
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    How is this a rant? How is this not a meme? For f's sake...
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    Almost all of my development takes place in a terminal emulator, and the selections on windows just do not compare by even a percent to the ones on linux and mac. the only use I have for windows is legacy apps that devs made for msie, for work.
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    @SortOfTested I didn't reinstall Win7 in 10 years. And it had support for all the time. And I could always install up to date applications. And it was fine with all my hardware. And it didn't bluescreen.
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    @Bybit260 freedom yes, but time? that varies
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    @gudishvibes Time? why? If you are a noob you're going to spend a lot of time on arch Linux, then blame your own stupidity on the distro. People that don't know how to use Linux, should get a noob, normie friendly distro. There is almost no downside to Linux, other than games. But a web, android, and IOs developer should not have a hard time developing using Linux. Obviously, if the developer is a noob, and then chooses arch Linux, now I understand why they blame Linux of being hard.
  • 2
    He he "If you like your doctor ..windows, you can keep your windows". Those pesky linuks users!
  • 3
    I can't imagine web development on windows. It simply doesn't work. You can try and put some tools that will try to emulate Linux, but they all suck. And if you get a project with plenty of symlinks you're a toast. Not mentioning the line endings. Linux for web development is simple and just works out of the box as the environment for all kind of servers. Apart from $$ micro shit of course.
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    That's me πŸ˜‚
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    @sjzurek I do Web dev on windows. Both dotnet asp core as dotnet asp.

    Line endings are converted by git automatically. Unless you explicitly state that it shouldnt
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    Hey! Check this out, I've made a fun video summarizing this discussion: https://youtu.be/kL4TgNUS-9I

    ;D
  • 0
    @vintprox
    You took this conversation to another level πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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    @theskywalker I'm glad you find it laughable, please leave a like and share with your allies ;)
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    @vintprox OBJECTION TO THAT AVATAR!!!!!
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    @vintprox Yeah I'm looking pretty much like a bad asshole, just the tie shouldn't be there. ^^
  • 3
    This is the first time I've been featured on YouTube tho. Not a YouTube virgin anymore 😜
  • 1
    @NoMad wow, that's an honor to me :) Glad you have fun, don't forget to share
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    😦I... I made it on YouTube!!!!!! Life goal achieved! πŸ₯Ί
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    @C0D4 congrats for getting role of renowned Phoenix Wright πŸ˜ƒ
    If you see more intense rants like this, please post your variants here: https://devrant.com/rants/2778583 (or in video's comments)
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    @vintprox nice video I’m not asian, but was funny
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    Why can i give you only one ++... You deserve 100
  • 1
    @Codex404 exactly my point. Everything must be converted somehow. The only exception is the dotnet asp microshit. Try to develop that on Linux and you will understand.
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    @sjzurek
    Plot twist: dotnet is now Linux native.
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    @sjzurek I'm developing dotnet quite nicely with zero os related problems on mac.
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    @sjzurek I'm developing cross platform dotnet quite nicely with zero os related problems on Windows
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    @SortOfTested dotnet is not yet released though, that's coming in November I think.

    I think you mean dotnet core. Which is indeed multiplatform and multi-OS. Dotnet Framework on the other hand isn't.
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    @Codex404
    That's just branding. It's the same sauce.

    I'm honestly terrified or that the ".net 5" rebranding is just Microsoft returning to its old ways, putting VS workflows first and prioritizing enterprise developers at the expense of people who actually deliver product that's worth a fuck.
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    @SortOfTested why?.net 5 is just .Net core vnext
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    @dontbeevil
    The positioning of it is everything old is new again. They go through these cycles where a rogue team makes something amazing, people make great use of it, but they've not prioritized enteprise tooling. The enterprise customers bitch that they're left out of the discussion (read: won't do anything until Microsoft hands them a paint by numbers kit). Microsoft responds by pulling the rogue project in, slapping shackles on it, eventually changing management and then it just rots and eventually becomes legacy.

    Tl;Dr dotnetcore losing its independence from the rest of the .Net family is a sign of their intent to assert external pressure on the team
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    @SortOfTested got your idea, but I'm not quite sure... Will see
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