As I said in my previous post, sometimes you have to know how to’ surrender’ and be willing to make a very beastly change in order to acquire more knowledge in a very short time.
In my case, it all started with my change of laptop, apart from the hardware I had already thought for a long time thinking about making the jump to some Linux OS.
About 3 years ago I was trying to work in a new environment, I tried MacOS and I didn’t like it at all, then came Fedora Linux and the thing changed for the better.
I felt comfortable working with him and also felt that I was using an OS developed by other developers fascinated me, besides being completely free.
After all experience, I wanted to go back to Windows until this last version (10) and then came the day that if or if I should change OS to follow my development as a developer in the global field (almost like Computer Science).
Ubuntu was my choice.
Right now I’ve been working with Dell XPS 13 9360 for a week and I’m very happy.
I tried to start adapting to the change as soon as I wanted to look for Linux alternatives of the programs I used in Windows and I found all of them even improved.
In terms of performance and speed for me, there is no color, it’s a fast pass, now I have no excuse to follow my growth process at double speed.
- Intel Core i7
- 16Gb RAM
- 512Gb SSD
And with Ubuntu 16.04 SP1 that today I updated it to 17.04
Enjoying a lot and each learning a lot more about the’ profession’ of a developer in all its wide range of possibilities.
I’m really looking forward to starting and continuing with all the projects and giving folders to the old ones.
That Unix/Linux is with you,