Fedora has less packages than Debian but I like that it is backed by Red Hat. Apart from advantages the distro might receive from such an arrangement, I might wanna work with their products professionally at some point.
Gentoo just seems like the distro I could learn the most from. I would need to decide how to configure it, if I did not just choose the "default" choice every time. Maybe I'll write a script to configure it for me, once I figured stuff out. (2/2)
I'm considering to distrohop again or at least test a distro I haven't dealt with extensively before. The options which interest me the most right now are Debian, Fedora and Gentoo.
Debian is nice because of the massive package repositories. It seems like the most convenient distro if I just want to be sure I get everything I need on it. But maybe I don't want convenience, if I wanna learn more about Linux and deal with some of the problems myself. (1/?)
What I'm going for right now. I should definitely learn more about networking and set something up.
Aside from learning Docker, I'm also reading Working Effectively with Legacy Code by Michael C. Feathers. Not sure I'm getting much out of it. There are concepts in there that sound useful but I lack the experience in actual software development to actually use them. And I guess I don't have a legacy project to deal with. Maybe it's more useful as a guide through some actual problems, instead reading from back to back, as I do right now.
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