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I do desktop app development - my daily workflow revolves around:
  • Visual Studio Code - editor & I use the integrated terminal to get stuff done. I prefer to Visual Studio - it's a personal preference thing.
  • WSL with an Ubuntu 18.04 distro - I use Linux for a) bash (don't like CMD & Powershell so much), b) building and testing and debugging on Linux
  • Visual Studio C++ tools - I needs MSVC
  • g++ - primary Linux build toolchain
  • clang - provides C/C++ formatting (clang-format) and static analysis (clang-tidy & clang static analyser)
  • CMake - build generator
  • Ninja - build tool
  • gdb - Linux debug through VSCode
  • git, GitKraken - command-line git mostly, but I like GitKraken for preparing commits when I've been bad & done multiple commits worth of work without actually committing...
  • fd, rg and various other Linux tools - fd is a find replacement, rg is a grep replacement. They work so much faster than find and grep and ignore files in your .gitignore - perfect for codebase searches.
  • 1Password - my favourite password manager
  • Pandoc, LaTeX - I prepare my documentation in Markdown & publish to HTML & PDF with Pandoc & LaTeX. It all uses pre-prepared workflows & is fully automated - Markdown in, nice looking HTML and PDF out!
Java, Basic, who cares - it's all a bunch of tree-hugging hippy cr*p

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