Coding software isn’t easy by any means, and if you’re in the field yourself you’re probably already aware of how many things can go wrong with a piece of code. I know that I’ve been in a few different places where I wasn’t able to code to the best of my abilities, but it wasn’t due to my state of mind, it was actually due to my technology. Since it’s 2014 it’s not that farfetched to assume that most of the world is making use of smart devices and such these days, and that means that computers are becoming more and more popular (as well as powerful). Now even though you don’t necessarily need a powerful computer to code software it’s always recommended, you don’t want to have to restart a project because your computer froze midway through and you weren’t able to save. A Windows VPS is going to be a major asset to those planning one coding software, and you might not think that this is a fact right now, but we’ll delve into that a little bit more as we move along.
Coding environments need not be cluttered, you should try and keep an open concept because you’re a product of your environment (in any case). If you can’t think straight you can’t code straight, and can you imagine trying to think properly when you’re trapped in a cluttered workspace? I don’t even want to try and think about that one, so I’ll recommend to you something I usually tell ambitious coders; get into a Windows VPS to code software. You can rent out a VPS (or even build your own) for relatively cheap, and it gives you a stable environment to manage all of your files and coding projects as you’d like. How many times are you going to deal with desktop computer problems while you’re coding before a change is made? It took me about 5 different occasions where I found myself refurbishing damaged code to make me get into Windows VPS’s, but you can bet that I am I glad I did it.
You’ll have a dedicated server that’s strictly for your developmental purposes, so you don’t have to worry about the physical portion failing you like a regular computer could. You also have the ability to connect to your VPS with any device that you feel fit, so you’re not limited to coding on one computer. Your files and all of the data that you need for your projects is going to be stored on the Windows VPS as well, which means backing up your files and taking safety precautions like that are relatively obsolete.
Is There Something Wrong With It?
The only true con I can think about when it comes to coding software through the use of a Windows VPS is the fact that you need to be connected to the internet in order to code (well, if you want coding that’s going to be saved in the right place and at the right time that is). You can also share your work with whoever you’d like since everything is available on your VPS, all you have to do is give them the network credentials and they should be able to figure out the rest. Clients who are very picky and demand that they see the work being done on a consistent basis will be pleased with this, because they’ll be able to check in on their project whenever they’d like (instead of having to hound you about it every single chance they get!). You can even share the projects with your partner or co-worker if you happen to be collaborating on something, which is actually quite common in this line of work.
You’re doing all of your activities on a remote machine, so you don’t need to have a powerful CPU when you’re working with a Windows VPS. Everything is being handled by the remote machine as opposed to the device you’ve actually got in your hands, and if that isn’t innovative (and just plain cool) I don’t know what will be. It’s just so efficient that not using a Windows VPS for coding purposes is just asinine, and I use that big word because it’s a big mistake! Don’t just take my advice, go out and see if it’d be a good fit for you (I can almost guarantee you that it will be).