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xero
i've used nix at my last two jobs as my primary os. as long as you can get the job done, most software dev companies don't really care what you use. at least in my experience. i like to work at chill t-shirt and jeans startups, not stuffy suit and tie corporate jobs.
venam
(14-09-2015, 11:24 AM)xero Wrote: I like to work at chill t-shirt and jeans startups, not stuffy suit and tie corporate jobs.
I don't think any nixers would like to work in a tight corporate environment.
What do you say?
darthlukan
I don't have a problem with dressing up as a concept, I do have a huge problem with it being the rule. At my workplace it's "be clean, don't stink, and don't wear broken / ripped things." It's so much simpler when your workplace treats you like an adult and not a prep-school student :)
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ChefIronBelly
Most of my world is also tied to windows. I'm usually called a Project Engineer that includes budgets, scheduling, hardware and software. Almost all the software is proprietary. The best thing to happen in the last 5 or 6 years has been creating VM's (w/VMware) of all the different systems we use and placing them on the network. It made for consistency across engineering and one source for updates. I use Ubuntu 14.04 LTS w/ Unity its mostly stock with simple wallpaper and color tweaks ... I like it.

Edit: my boss has a hardon for jeans even on Friday. We have to wear a button down shirt and kackis better than wearing ties like back in the day.
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