Indepth guide of how to pick a laptop for software development. As a professional programmer for over a decade, I talk about what specifically you should look …
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An update for 2021? I'm hesitating between the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 9 and the X1 Nano
Life saver I’m in college and trying to buy while I have my student discounts thanks for your video very informative
get a laptop with ryzen 4800h or 5800h cpu and full hd matte screen.
amd cpus have better performance and are cheaper than intel ones.
so macbooks with glossy screens are out.
gpu is unimportant (anything works such as nvidia 1650) unless you do game programming or video rendering.
ram and ssd can be changed afterwards but 16 gb ram with 512 gb ssd space is ok.
so freedos is ok most of the time; you can get ubuntu/linux mint/debian/fedore etc, it's up to you.
prefer to pay for the intellij idea to use on linux; than getting a windows os.
Have a MB pro 16" i7 32GB for work but hate it though. The touch bar for example it gets always in the way, just the slightest touch (nopun) and siri goes off. Keyboard is shit. Also every time an application starts it will phone home to check whether it should start the software. Slows everything down. The fan is annoyingly loud and runs constantly. Screen is great though.
For anyone who want to learn web development but you're on a tight budget, latest gen of i3 processor with 8gb ram is sufficient. But if you have more money, upgrade to ssd for convenience. If you have medium budget go for i5, 16gb ram with ssd. Once you make money, hopefully you can buy what this guy suggest.
I'm just trying to get into this as a hobby and I can tell I don't know what I'm getting myself into. Wish me luck.
Hey Josh, Do you suppose Windows 10 OS installed on a MacBook Pro machine (2019 model) via Bootcamp would work with software like python, etc, and also run R, tableau, BI, and ML programs, etc efficiently?
I would say the Macbook Pro fails on two accounts:
1: Not packing a great keyboard. Yes, it's not bad for a consumer laptop. But for working with it 8+ hours a day?
2: The palmrest is far less comfortable than on most other laptops.
Maybe it's just me being old and cranky, but designers of today should really spend more time looking back in time, when "thinner and moar aluminum" wasn't the only design consideration.
it feels like i'm watching snowden, amazing
That a really good green screen
what about macbook pro is he having more options and tools for provramming or not ?
use dark mode
As a developer who's looking to buy a new laptop, this has been the best guide, even though I'm watching it one year later! Thanks man!
What would you recommend for those on a budget?
Your video wasn't detailled enough and it is kind of vague.
And I think it is based more on a particular region rather than a general point of perspective.
Dude are you serious xcode is not language !!!!
I work in a scientific field where most applications are developed and run with Linux. The main issue with Linux is that if you buy a state-of-the-art laptop that has just been released, Linux may not work properly because some software or driver may not yet have been updated to work with the latest hardware. A few years ago I got issued with a really powerful HP ZBook but we just could not get some Linux components to install properly – sigh 🙁
Your voice is so soothing, heavily recommend to people who want to feel relaxed while learning about tech
Anyone want to rank the laptops recommended for programming here for programming AND content creation in 2021, but using a Ryzen of some sort for best power usage off-grid? Like many others I will need both functions well covered and can't have more than one laptop — it might even have to be a used one, but there's some great deals on older models right now. I'm also considering building an LFP or LTO battery briefcase version using a small desktop motherboard that can also do Arduino-like controller and electronics development and contains two monitors made from old laptops I have plus full-size keyboard, mouse, pen, headphones, and speakers. Content creation for me is music, art, and video, open source programming, and electromechanical design. Thoughts?
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The more I watch this guy the more confused I get.
Do you prefer 17 inch to 15 inch?
Do you think that the Acer Aspire 5, 17 inch would be a good laptop for programming?
16:9 picture format
1920×1080 full HD
1st thing a programmer's device needs to do is run macOS
I got concerned initially about color accuracy after some laptop reviews, later realized all the colors i use on a laptop can fit in 3-4 bits😅😅😅
Watch this video only if your parents are millionaires!
this deserves more likes