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First, about me. I’ve been working in the system industry for a long time, and I’m still active as a player as well as running a system company. Including my childhood hobby of programming, I have been working on computers for more than 17 years, so I decided to open this site to share my knowledge and experience.
In addition, I have been involved in a wide range of tasks such as web development, infrastructure construction, desktop application development, smartphone application development, and hardware communication development, and I have also been in a position to teach programming to newcomers. I’m beginning to understand the reasons why people have a hard time improving. I would like to write an article loosely based on this experience.
By the time you have read through all of the articles in this series, anyone can be an intermediate programmer or above.
I want to help people who have attended programming schools and read a number of books, but just can’t seem to improve or are not confident in their abilities. It will also be useful for those who want to make up for the missing elements to become an advanced user. However, please note that this is not an article for advanced users, nor is it an article that will write the answers and how to implement.
Which computer is best?
Windows machine, Mac, Linux-based, or which is better for programming? To put it bluntly, any of them! you have to be able to operate them all!
However, if you are a beginner and can choose any of them, I would recommend a Mac. The reasons are as follows.
- In recent years, the position of Mac and iOS has grown enormously.
- Most servers are Linux-based, but if you use a Unix-like Mac, you will be able to operate servers (although Win has WSL)
- You almost certainly need a Mac for iOS-related development.
- Cool looks.
Again, as a programmer, you need to be able to use any OS, so don’t be embarrassed if you can only use a Mac or have only worked with Windows. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, and that’s the real fun of it.