November 2015

November 5, 2015

Whereas part 1 covered the workstation and hardware setup, this article will lean more towards software and user interface setup. Specifically I'll show you the tools that I use daily when developing websites and databases. And if you haven't read part one I'd suggest doing so -- if you have, feel free to have another look as I've made some changes to the hardware setup that are worth reviewing.


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