03
Sep
If you haven't figured this out yet -- WSL is awesome! It gives Windows based developers the full power to use all the modern dev tools you need. If you haven't installed and set it up -- do that right now, for all the reasons I've previously outlined. Also, if you choose to use Ubuntu as your Linux distro, [...]
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20
Aug
Right away, just a note that this tutorial of course assumes you've already installed WSL on your Windows 10 machine. Also, another note, this is not a fancy polished tutorial. We're not going to have a bunch of screenshots, instead just info you need to get the job done. With that out of the way, let's [...]
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24
Jul
Before we start, if you're wondering the relation of this post to the header image, basically, that's how I felt when I finally figured this out, after a long long time of trying and failing. Hopefully you will feel the same jubilation! Anyway, let's dig right into this... Judging by what I've seen on the [...]
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12
Dec
Windows users you can now have your Linux cake and eat it too. Wait, does that even make sense? Well, what matters is this..... With the oddly named feature -- Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) you can now simply run Linux on your Windows machine. This is huge news. Huge. News. This is one big thing that I [...]
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