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What is the proper way to use an IDE to work on remote code?

One of the code bases I work on has a development environment that is running on a dev server and cannot be copied over to my PC to locally test and develop. I am wondering what is the proper way to ...
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I have just acciquired an old Dell Poweredge SC1425 from an old friend, this server will act as a development box for web based applications. All has been going well, I have installed the following ...
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1answer
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Moving our web application from a windows development environment to linux environment seamlessly

I am trying to develop a web application on a windows machine using apache wicket, java, jquery etc. Apache wicket comes with an embedded jetty server. I am using eclipse as the IDE. The application ...
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3answers
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2answers
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So I'm a developing a workflow with vagrant+git…does this make sense?

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Is it worth moving from Microsoft tech to Linux, NodeJS & other open source frameworks to save money for a start-up?

I am currently getting involved in a startup, I am the only developer involved at the moment, and the other guys are leaving all the tech decisions up to me at the moment. For my day job I work at a ...
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Ubuntu, OpenSuse, the world of linux for a web-developer

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What advantages does Linux give me when developing in PHP for the web?

I'm about to begin a big PHP project with a friend. It's my first time using PHP and I've been wondering wether I should try developing on Linux since it's so popular. I've had some past experience ...
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Mac or Linux for a secondary work machine? [closed]

I am a freelance web developer geared towards Ruby on Rails. The main components of my current working environment are a 27" iMac, Textmate and git/github (which is not going to change any time soon). ...
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What's the best way to move to linux from windows for web development?

I am primarily a programmer developing on windows based OS using C# as my primary language. I am evaluating Ubuntu Linux as an alternate platform and would like to know the best stack for doing web ...
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Should a programmer know Linux? [closed]

I'm a PHP/Python programmer learning Java and C#(.NET). My main OS is windows 7 but I've used Linux and currently dual-booting with Ubuntu. My Linux knowledge however, is pretty limited. I can work ...