I don’t know if it is so useful as a development platform unless you are doing something that ties into software you don’t want to have installed on your regular working machine or that needs to work around a certain event that you need to be able to reset on a regular basis. It’s great for presenting development talks, you can revert to a snapshot and give the talk from the exact same starting point each time. It can also be handy when you are working with code that risks crashing your computer as it will at least only crash your VM. I also can’t figure out how to get VMWare Server to work across two monitors well. Found a couple of articles online that semi-help Here Any other thoughts would be really appreciated? Net bits that went along with it. My machine is fairly beefy.

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Works like a charm! I’ve been considering moving back to that model as it makes upgrading the physical hardware a snap not to mention making it easier to deal with hardware failures by just replacing the entire machine: Huge productivity benefits around remote access and desktop sharing. Sometimes copying to clipboard does not work or gets mixed up between VM’s. I also can’t figure out how to get VMWare Server to work across two monitors well. It worked amazingly well.

I use my desktop and laptop for lots of things aside from development. VMWare has a workstation product but it is not free. If you have a backup of your Development VM Image you can mess up your PC as much as you want but still be able to code without downtime.

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VMWare Virtual Server is not really designed for use as a desktop and you will get very tired of it with any prolonged use. VM’s sometimes do not see the devices, sometimes it does. Post as a guest Name.

Scott Alan Miller 6 Java dev in the VM is pretty quick. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

The problem that I have is that our VPN software wants things to be so secure that it will force all network routing through the VPN gateway — even if I’m using additional NICs to network my desktop and laptop through a separate private network.

DaveJustDave 1 10 It can also be handy when you are working with code that risks crashing your computer as it will at least only crash your VM. I don’t know if it is so useful as a development platform unless you are doing something that ties into software you don’t want to have installed on your regular working machine or that needs to work around a certain event that you need to be able to reset on a regular basis.

Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Another advantage of a VM is having a clean installed base.

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Clipboard operations on VM’s can be interesting at times. While doing development at home, I have to VPN into my company to be able to use the collaborative tools that are on the intranet.

I wouldnt want to develop in a VM so much as test things in a VM. Sign up using Email and Password. For webdevelopment I like to have the serverpart separeted out into a VM.

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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. James Williams 1, 11 I was doing some work with Visual Studio recently with a Windows XP vm on Linux and somehow the guys who made the vm vmware made the windows machine actually run faster.

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Frew Schmidt 5, 14 53 It is brilliant for testing different configurations and setups- working with installers and so on, that is where virtualisation really shines as far as I am concerned, being able to roll things back whenever you need to and run through stuff repeatedy is amazingly useful for identifying problems before your end users run into them.

I do the programming via network-share samba in Textmate on the host system. Found a couple of articles online that semi-help Here. My machine is fairly beefy. I also plan on purchasing a MBP before the end of the year as well.