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Cloud Dev Environments

Stop installing stuff on your laptop!

I work with a plethora of languages, clouds and tools. To that end I find myself setting up dev environments frequently. In this article, I’ll share patterns for efficiency in the process.

1. Cloud-based Laptops

Long ago I stopped installing random stuff on my personal laptop. Rather, I have been using one or more cloud-based services as developer environments for quite awhile now. To that end, it seemed odd when a recent client…




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Lynn Langit

Cloud Architect who codes, Angel Investor

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