3. You’re Free to Tinker
Most of it won’t make sense to you, no matter how much experience you have. But having the freedom to dive in and experiment is a great way to learn, and with Linux, you don’t have to worry about running into any legal trouble when you do. The vast majority of software won’t ask you to agree to an end user license agreement. Open source licenses largely deal with using the code to make your own applications, with some stipulating that your program must also be free and open source.
4. There’s Support for Most Programming Languages