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I've been doing the same kind of things with virtual development environments and enjoyed reading your post. It really is a great thing to not only be able to seclude environments, but also make them completely portable. In my last corporate job I used VMWare for our dev and test servers in place of buying 4 EXPENSIVE hardware based servers and it worked out great.


I took this one farther,
I had a development
environment with a CVS vm
on the side to hold the code.
unfortunately I'm not doing the programming I used to do
so I don't get to use it

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