When I use to read Golf Magazine (a long time ago), there was an interesting column called "What's in My Bag?" that profiled a professional player's equipment. It was an interesting read into what they carried and why they chose what club for what purpose. I am around a lot of developers here and there, and as we all know; we are very particular about the machine (when we can be), the editors or IDE, the add-ins, command line tools, stickers and sometimes even the bag we put all of this in. Here is a list of the toys and tools that I choose to carry and use. Machine I have many machines in the computer graveyard in the garage,...
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