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I work on debian, with a combination of make, ncftp and emacs as my IDE.

My primary development tasks (the ones I get paid for) are done in PHP and Caml Light. My secondary (personal) development tasks happen in Objective Caml, C++ and (to a lesser extent) Java.

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I work on Windows (XP,2003,Vista), Unix (Ubuntu,Fedora,OpenSolaris,OpenBSD,ArchLinux) using a lot of languages( Like Python, Visual Basic.NET, C#, C, C++, dialects of SQL, TorqueScript, Lua, javascript, ActionScript)

It all really depends on what my current project is that determines what platform(s) and language(s) I use

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Professionally; developing in Java and Flash, under Linux/Windows, making an application targetted for Windows.

Personally; developing in C, Lua, C++, and Java (in decreasing order of frequency) under Linux, making various stuff targetted for Linux and Windows.

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Windows XP, and I code in whatever it takes to get the project done.

Includes:
- C++ (with DirectX or OpenGL, been using GL less and less recently, though)
- Processing (Java framework) for prototyping arcade and web games
- Python for prototyping "storytelling" concepts
- C# for tools
- Just recently got into XNA (C#)

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At work: C++ on VS.Net 2005, targetting embedded hardware.
At home: C++ on VS.Net 2005, using DX and a bunch of other third-party libraries targetting Windows.

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work: centos 4.0, mcedit, php, visual studio 2005, windows xp, iexplore, firefox, opera, safari (yes, web devel + c# devel)
home: debian 4.0 sarge, mcedit, c (gcc), vmware, win2k, visual studio 2005, c++/C#

hardware at work: amd athlon xp 2200+, geforce mx4400, 1gb ram
hardware at home: amd athlon xp 2200+, geforce fx 5200, 1gb ram

boy, i'm deprecated.....

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I'm currently on Ubuntu using (and learning) OCaml to create a scripting language. I'll switch to NekoML if I can find any docs, since Neko will be my target VM.

I also often use C# (Visual Studio, possibly MonoDevelop soon) and Java (NetBeans), but that's not as fun.

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I'm working on Windows XP. For my current projects, I use haXe and Python extensively, for school I mainly use C# these days. Language and IDE depend on the task, though.

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