What was your first programming language?

discussion

(Miguel Piedrafita) #21

You can also use Bash on windows:


(William Oldham) #22

Thank you… I’ve needed this :joy:


(Filip Samuel) #23

LOL, now I am remembering what Linus Torvalds said:
“When Windows will drop apps for Linux it means I’ve won” :joy::joy:


(William Oldham) #24

:joy: Indeed although Windows hasn’t dropped it’s apps, it’s merely given you a hard-to-enable-for-normal people Linux system :joy:


(William Oldham) #26

I don’t like apple products, too over simplified and locked down :stuck_out_tongue:


What OS do you use?
(Roger Stach) #27

lol wrong thread


(Roger Stach) #28

Well, fortunately it fits my needs, even tho I actually has a desktop that runs Ubuntu 17.04 on it, anyway this is out of topic. Let’s move to another thread.


(Benjamin Philippe) #29

I NEED TO USE THAT.


(William Oldham) #30

:joy: I might use it but it’s unlikely


(Benjamin Philippe) #31

That just makes me wonder: how useful is PowerShell?


(William Oldham) #32

Haven’t used it much but I heard it’s good for advanced people :stuck_out_tongue:


(Miguel Piedrafita) #33

It’s only useful for hacking system administration


(William Oldham) #34

Debatable, I know quite a few IT professionals use it for fixing and debugging stuff especially in enterprise environments. You would most likely be right for non-professionals tho :stuck_out_tongue: