Spaces for code.


Codespaces on GitHub are super cool. I don't know if you still need to be "accepted" to the program, but once you are in, I recoemend them. Basically, with a Codespace you get a super easy way to work on your code, spin up an environment using VS Code (in the browser or on your desktop) and do most of the things you need to do. You can leave Codespaces running and walk away, and when you come back, it will still be just as you left it.

A long while ago, I really liked Cloud9. Even before it was purchased by AWS it was a great concept, but I eventually found my way back to the desktop because I never fell in love with the Cloud9 editor. Codespaces feels like Cloud9, but much better and more directly linked with the tools I already love using (GitHub and VSCode).

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