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What hardware do you use to code?

Laptop? External monitor/multiple monitors ? Input device? Just your phone?

4/15/2017 9:13:44 AM

‎‏‎‏‎Joe

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Mobile

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At work = laptop + port replicator + two monitors + keyboard + mouse + stress ball At home = just my phone

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@vh yep curious what hardware tools ppl use to program including phone

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lots of great answers. thank you. @ John agree the rPi and the zero are amazing machines, very capable. i have a zero, going to try some python on it

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laptop + multiple monitors.

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Laptop with extension keyboard.

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going to have no "best answer" here because there are lots of answers. Thank you all for contributing.

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Cellphone(with otg) and laptop.....Wait hardware? Flashdrive cpu ram rom sd-card mouse keyboard wifi-pocket sim-card power-supply usb-cable. Am I right??

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hardware type: just good enough for simple programs monitor: cracked 8-bit piece of junk o.s.: you don't want to know... 😄

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PC (HDD, 16 GB RAM, hexacore CPU) with two monitors and MacBook pro

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Fortunately, there are tones of possibilities and options out there to choose from. Personally, my main platform for coding is a 10 years old PC machine with a CRT monitor. I love it!

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Just my phone for Sololearn.

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Mostly on PC - Intel i3, 8GB RAM, Dell Touch Screen plus two laptops

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A $5 PI zero