After two plus years of using Linux on my work computer, I am switching to Windows permanently starting right now. It's a bit of a story, and I've got a few rants stored up, but I'm excited about the switch and excited about returning to productivity land.
There's nothing I can say, a total Eclipse of the something or other.ReplyDelete
I want to hear the rants :-). I'm actually contemplating the same thing -- right now pretty much the only thing that's holding me back is my love of Emacs.ReplyDelete
I'm pretty happy using fvwm2 and emacs from inside full-screen-X cygwin.ReplyDelete
man, i'm totally the opposite. i should have facilities delete my windows partition to save my advisor money. i had to use Windows at Intel, and it was just *awful* :PReplyDelete
not that Linux is the holy grail or anything -- it's got its warts, for sure. OS X, however . . .
Well you don't have to delete your partition to save your advisor money. If they are giving you Windows support, just tell them you don't want it anymore. I did that... of course now I'll have to switch back.ReplyDelete