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Take Fedora out for a test run on your macOS machine using QEMU virtualization.
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Use iTerm2, Oh My Zsh, and Powerlevel10k to create a terminal built for productivity.
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Open source means I can find Linux familiarity on any terminal.
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macOS users can run the open source release of Java as well as newer frameworks for cloud-native development.
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Here is how I keep a terminal simple and my dotfiles secure through a lot of subtle complexity.
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Whether you want to ease your migration from Mac to Linux or just don't like the standard Linux package managers, give Homebrew a try.
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You can do nearly anything on Linux that you can do on a Mac—with the freedom of an open source operating system.
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The Homebrew package manager makes it easy to install and update applications and utilities on a Mac.