Software engineer, musician, mathematician, cryptographer, traveler, vegan cook, German enthusiast, cyclist, etc.
I've written C/C++ for years, but I've also used several languages in the past (QBASIC, VB.NET, ASP.NET, HTML, MSSQL, MySQL, C#, Java, even some Lisp and Prolog), and these days I also use Fortran and Matlab.
After growing up on Windows, I started using GNU/Linux around 2009 and made the switch for home computing in 2012. I haven't looked back. In fact, I broke my Windows drive in the process of switching and I've never even bothered to try to fix it. I use Ubuntu, but I'm not convinced that it is the best. Similarly, while I greatly depend on vim for many tasks, I have no reason to believe it is better than any other text editor.
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