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I needed to migrate from Linux to Windows recently. It means, I currently do not own any local enviroment.

I'm looking for sugestions. I have two possibilities:

  1. set up in office server
  2. buy a VPS

I’m PHP/RoR/Django web-programmer, I co-work with two other programmers.

Unfortunately, I'm afraid of buying VPS as my administration knowledge is quite limited. I can do anything except security stuff. However, next PC in small office might be an issue to.

What way would you choose? Can you help me choosing this decision?

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Hire a sysadmin. – Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Oct 23 '11 at 2:08
    
Or get hosting. . . – surfasb Oct 23 '11 at 15:18
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Try using Linode.com, they've got a great VPS service, and they have excellent documentation on setting up an environment for all the things you're developing for.

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I've decided to go with my own LAN server. Learned a lot and I'm very happy with results! – Steffen Nov 16 '11 at 10:34

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