Install and configure Eclipse for Java

In this guide, you can Install and configure Eclipse for Java. Eclipse is one of the most commonly used Java IDEs (Integrated Development Environment). You can install it from the official Eclipse page:

https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

After that, you could add some extra configuration and packages to get a development environment ready to work.

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Using Node.js and Npm packages

Otherwise, After starting with Git, GitHub, and open source projects, you will find a lot of projects using Node.js and Npm packages. Node.js is not only a tool to create web application backends. Also, is used as a development platform for large scale projects to manage dependencies and  perform operations in the project lifecycle. His companion, Npm, is a package manager to make available a large ecosystem of modules and functionalities used in the development stage, in the project itself and in the development pipeline.

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Install Java SDK on MacOS

You need to install Java SDK on MacOS to allow a lot of applications and development tools to run in your machine. This post describes the most important installation steps to get a working Java development environment.

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Installation of PHP in Windows, MacOS and Linux

There are several steps for the installation of PHP in Windows MacOS and Linux. In this article we cover the most common installation procedure for each operating system. As a result, you can install and configure other tools and frameworks like Laravel.

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Git for Beginners

This is a very basic guide of Git for beginners. Git is a version-control system for tracking changes in files associated to projects of different types. It is primarily used for source-code management in software development, but it can be used to keep track of changes in any set of files.

Without a version control system, you probably used to frequently save copies your work-in-progress in zip files. But when you feel that your work is a mess and you need to get back to a previous version of some files, how to deal with mixed changes in files? It’s a real pain to do that. Git and other version control systems like SVN are a great solution.

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Configure a MacBook for Development

After years working with Windows and Linux workstations, now I need to configure a MacBook for development. Some years before, a MacBook was a natural tool for Designers and Media producers. But now, many developers are using a MacBook for software development. The developer community behind MacBooks made possible to get the most useful developer tools available for Mac users. This is a my own list of steps to configure a MacBook for Development.

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