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8 episodes
since Oct, 2013


Dev Workshop Podcast #8

In this podcast Dev Workshop discusses the differences between IDE’s and Editors. We talk about Sublime Text, PHP Storm and even Notepad. Don’t miss hearing about all the likes and dislikes. It might help you decide which one to choose.


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