Linux distribution geared towards developers
I don't know if this question qualifies to be a question to be asked here. But can anyone tell me what's the best (linux) distro out there for programmers? I program in multiple languages, including java and lisp.
When it comes to game programming, I don't think Java is the first language most people think of. They usually think of C++ and other languages. The biggest name in Java gaming is Minecraft, and there are a few other Java-based desktop games out there, but not nearly as many as there are C++.
When it comes to C++ vs. Java for game programming one obvious advantage of C++ is speed.
I was writing an article and i wanted to make sure that the following is correct:
Web programming languages mean programming languages that are used
to make websites such as PHP or ASP
Mobile programming languages mean programming languages that are
used to make mobile applications such as Objective-C / Android SDK
Desktop programming languages mean programming languages that are
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