For the first time, I've started a new development project without having any file setup on my computer.
I'm using Bitbucket as my source control repository.
Bitbucket is free for private repositories (as opposed to Github) and you can add up to 5 contributors for each project.
Cloud9 is a robust development environment within your browser. So wherever you are, if you have any type of Internet connected machine, you can work on your project.
The best part is that if you login into Cloud9 using your Bitbucket account, it will automatically import your project files.
It allows editing your project and automatically configures your SSH key so you can use GIT commands (with sudo rights!) from the build-in Ubuntu terminal.
So for me, Bitbucket and Cloud9 are a match made in heaven, or at least on a cloud...
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