Is there a good reason for a developer to run Fedora unless they work in a Redhat shop?


@tomosaigon I think the main benefit of Fedora is that it makes the daily OS usage "boring". No big surprises for the most part. Things just work out of the box, unattended upgrades run without problems (for me since 2 years on the same system now) and for most programming you can use toolbox to isolate the development from the rest of the system.

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