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I'm new to Linux Mint coming from Ubuntu.

It was great when I first switched from Windows to Ubuntu about a year ago (it made my job as a software developer MUCH easier)...

Now it's even better after switching to Linux Mint. Was so easy to get up and running and everything just worked right out of the box (on my Dell XPS 15) and love the Cinnamon desktop!
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Welcome aboard! It's good to hear of your success.
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Welcome aboard, LondonAppDev! What kinds of apps do you dev?
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Welcome to the Mint family forums.


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Thanks all!
jimallyn wrote:Welcome aboard, LondonAppDev! What kinds of apps do you dev?
I am a full-stack developer focusing mostly in Python. I also have a Udemy course on how to build a REST API with Python and I'm working on more.
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Hello LondonAppDev Image

Welcome to Linux Mint and the Linux Mint forum :)
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Welcome to the forum !

Python is definitely a "happening " language right now , and the same goes for Ruby
.... well for me , anyway :)
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Hi "LondonAppDev",

Welcome to the wonderful world of Linux Mint and its excellent forum !
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Welcome to the forums!
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