OS X El Capitan and Windows 7
OS X Mav here…
OS X - If you’ve tried working with a library such as comeonin on a non-unix based system, you’re in for some fun! (NOT!)
Ubuntu 14 on Cloud9
The most beautiful desktop fo linux os —> Deepin
How does that Cloud9 workspace works?
its fine. basically it is ubuntu in version 14.04LTS or something.
the editor has okayish highlighting for elixir, however it could be better.
had a few problems setting up postgresql in the correct version first,
but apart from that everything is working.
Imo good for developing on the go and showing a project still in development to someone.
I dont know if its worth to get a paid workspace there though
OS X El capitan
Updated to Fedora 24 a few weeks ago
Kubuntu 16.04 at home.
Windows 10 at work.
OS X El Capitan
Win 7 at Work / Bodhi Linux at Home.
Like the very spare feel of Bodhi.
El Capitan but may start running Linux again too. I used Slackware for years so may set that up again. Been away from Linux so long I’m not sure what the distro landscape looks like anymore.
OS: KDE neon
The latest and greatest of KDE community software packaged on a rock-solid base (Ubuntu).
Ubuntu with Xmonad
Arch Linux with i3
OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan
OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan for now. I am curious to see how the Nerves project will let me target an embedded system at some point…
Currently Arch (Antergos) with KDE Plasma5
Linux Mint with Cinnamon - both at work and at home. It’s stable, elegant and simple. Helps maintain focus, doesn’t divert attention with tons of bells and whistles