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Comment: Using a workstation for server/dev work (Score 1) 831

by tsetem (#35645592) Attached to: Why Mac OS X Is Unsuitable For Web Development

Never ever ever do development on your workstation, unless it's close enough to your production environment. If his company had enough $$ for a Macbook, I'm sure they can shell out another $400 or whatever for a Dell workstation that runs the same distro as the server.

No I didn't RTFA, but give me a break. It sounds almost as bad as developing an application using MS Access.

(Yes I have a MBP, and I develop on Linux servers all day)

The tao that can be tar(1)ed is not the entire Tao. The path that can be specified is not the Full Path.

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