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M
8 months ago
E) None of the above.

I have a Linux box. Why do you ask? Are you considering to purchase a computer?
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2 months ago
I like all computers (Windows, Linux, and Mac), but I personally use an M1 Macbook Air, and I have a custom built gaming PC. I also like to use the iPad Pro, and use it whenever I can. It's not that great for coding, but it's great if you're practicing and just want to get a feel for it. I also pair it with a Raspberry Pi 4 so if I really want to code on the go, and not bring my Macbook then I'll bring my iPad Pro with my Raspberry Pi, it's so good.
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PC. I've seen 2 bootcamps say that coding on macs is easier
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24 days ago
Pc desktop and Mac laptop
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24 days ago
Mac πŸ‘ΆπŸ½!!!
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24 days ago
Both actually:)
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H
4 months ago
Desktop PC
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6 months ago
A Mac a day will keep the PC viruses away πŸ˜œπŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ’» (no one’s got time for manual transmissionsπŸš— and DIY PCs πŸ› lol)
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24 days ago
Pc
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Return of the Mac!
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4 months ago
LINUX: Pop Os
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24 days ago
PC and Mac
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24 days ago
PC
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6 months ago
I was granted a laptop from Career Karma and Nucamp's Reskill America scholarship!
I cannot say thank you enough!
I would not have been able to take the course otherwise. The laptop I received was set up with Linux Ubuntu. I would have loved to use it, but I did install Windows for the Nucamp fundamentals course. You are allowed to use Linux but they can not guarantee support for it. They support both Mac and PC. I was glad I didn't try and learn Ubuntu and the course work...actually I did try and it quickly became apparent that this was not the time to learn both! The class was more than enough and required my full attention. It was brilliantly packed with relevant learning material.
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4 months ago
MacBook
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