by Richard White
I try to be OS agnostic. I really do. I started out programming DOS PCs back in the day, made the switch to Apple’s Mac in the early 90s, and Apple’s OS X—based on Unix—was my gateway to Linux in 2005. I now have a number of Macs, three machines that run Ubuntu Linux, and two machines with a Windows installation on them.
I try to keep in touch with Windows. I have a few students who run it on their computers, and I try to pretend I support their OS.
It’s getting increasingly difficult for me to do so, given how annoying that OS is.
You Windows people, you know what I”m talking about.