How to triple-boot Windows, macOS and Linux?
As developers, we sometimes require to test our software on different platforms, this can be hard to do especially if you don’t own a Mac, fortunately, there is a way to do exactly that. For the past months I’ve been using Windows, Linux, and macOS in a single machine, here’s how I did it. Disclaimer In order to get this working, you have to meet the following requirements: At least two hard drive units to install the operating systems, but if you prefer to have three separate disks for each system that works too.
Tips to deal with side projects
So here you are once again, procrastinating your time… but not to worry, this article intends to help you get better at getting things done! If you are passionate about programming you’ve probably started a side project by now, first you have an idea, it can go from building the next big thing to just building a simple to-do list, it doesn’t matter. You start really excited and throw in some code until a few days later it all falls apart, you’ve lost all interest or enthusiasm.