- Ash <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 06 06:56AM -0600
I'm mostly a lurker here, but will be more active from here on out. I'm
wondering what everyone's development environment is like!
I'm running several:
MAMP/WAMP with GIT, Aptana studio, GIMP, Inkscape and cyberduck
WAMP Running on an AMD F4200 rig with 3TB of storage 16 GIG RAM, with 2 24
inch monitors and a Black Window keyboard
MAMP running on a macbook pro
LAMP with VIM (Keeping it simple!)
LAMP is running on stand alone Linux boxes and/or virtualized instances
What do you all run?
- chris walker <email@example.com> Sep 06 09:40PM +0800
I5 with 16 gigs and 5 monitorsplus numerous ios and android devices for
- Ash <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 06 08:03AM -0600
nice! I want to get into Andriod Dev! Are you making websites or stand
- Chris Walker <email@example.com> Sep 06 10:12PM +0800
I do not dabble in apps, I just build websites. A jack of all trades is
a master of none. I try to stay focused on what I do and evolve with the
technology. I have no interest in learning everything. I tried to learn
Ruby and my head almost exploded.
I do build with "mobile first" in mind, so have different devices to
prove that the sites work as designed. I got tired of hearing, "I can't
see this on my iPhone!" and other devices. Another reason for 5 monitors
is that I can view sites in multiple browsers plus edit and ftp at the
same time. On 9/6/2013 10:03 PM, Ash wrote:
- Steve Swickard <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 06 10:42AM -0600
My primary machine is an i7 4770K with 32GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, 2TB Data
drive and a 3TB backup drive. Currently I have 3 monitors but I find I run
out of screen real estate quickly. I run several VM's on this machine (all
Linux/BSD Unix). I use a variety of Editors, Sublime text 2, CoffeeCup HTML
Editor, Komodo Edit 8 and VS2010. My backup machine is an older Pentium 4
with XP. Additionally I have a core 2 dual machine running Server 2003 and
Linux in VM's.
- "Michael J. Fuhrman" <email@example.com> Sep 03 12:59PM -0700
Manuel Lemos is coming to San Francisco / San Jose for Google 2013
Developer Conference, between September 30th - October 2nd. For those
who may not know Manuel, he is the developer of PHPClasses.org.
If you would like to meet Manuel, we are scheduling a dinner session
with Manuel on October 3rd 2013 at a restaurant yet to be named. Seating
will be limited to 20 people.
Manuel will be speak to many different trends he is seeing in the
industry, and taking your questions:
- how many people are accessing PHPClasses.org, and for what purposes?
- how many new scripts are being submitted, and for what aspects of
- What is the newest trending aspect of website design that has caught
- ... [ .. I suggest reviewing some of the blogs for other questions
Again, seating is for 20 people. The cost will be 10$ per participant
to cover the rental space costs.
Please respond if you would like to attend this event.
- Artist <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 04 07:20AM -0500
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