A Guide To Set Up A Development Environment With Docker, Gradle, Java, IntelliJ, And GitKraken

I felt in love with Ubuntu a long time ago, when I was able to run World of Warcraft on my machine that had 256MB and no graphics card at all, and I’ve been coding there ever since. The bad thing about Linux though is that it’s great for coding but not so good at everything else. I think most of the software development community has moved to Linux or MacOS because setting up development environments there is just easy.

Well, that has changed now that Windows added native support for Linux with WSL. In this guide, I’ll share with you my process to set up a backend development environment on Windows…

Jhoan Manuel Muñoz Serrano

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