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The short answer is yes, the longer answer is it depends on what you develop. I’ve been using the MacBook Air M1 with 16gbs RAM, 8-GPU cores and 512GB storage and I can say: This machine is a beast! It can easily bite through the toughest loads without stuttering. The best part of it is that it stays relatively cool and doesn’t have fans so it is also completely silent. For development, it’s a great experience. Since almost everything has been compiled for ARM it’s just like on your old laptop/machine. That’s really it for development, it all just works. What do I like about the device? I’ve been enjoying the display on it as well, it’s a really nice display with vibrant colours and it can get really bright. The battery life is insane! It can easily run 10-12 hours and even longer if you do things on it…

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Let’s find out the pros and cons of home hosting! Is home hosting for you? Or should you stick with VPS? In this guide I will go over when home hosting is a good option and when a VPS might be better for you. When should you consider home hosting? I’m not saying that hosting your projects at major cloud providers isn’t a bad idea but if you have the resources or are willing to invest in some hardware to home host you should totally give it a shot. Let’s see when it makes more sense to home host or where home hosting is your only opinion: Torrenting If you torrent a lot, or are planing on doing so, you might want to automate it. You might want to watch a simple movie or simply want to download something. Most major cloud providers agressively block ports that you can torrent…

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Freelancer.com  5/5 Freelancer is probably one of the most known freelance work sites on the internet. It’s an easy to use service where you can find jobs based on your interests and skill level. You can easily open an account and start searching for remote tasks. Some people/companies post bigger jobs that you can work on for months instead of hours, making it really nice for those that are just looking for jobs instead of tasks. Based on how large the platform is and how many types of jobs there are we rate Freelancer a 5/5. ¬† Go to Freelancer.com Upwork.com  4.5/5 Upwork is like the twin brother of Freelancer.com but it also has big companies use the platform to post tasks. Some examples are the following companies based on what they state on their website:¬†Microsoft, airbnb, Bissell, GoDaddy just to name a few. That’s why we rate…

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