@dev, nightly, @rc, pre-release and similar stuff is daunting, if you don’t use it correctly. Not even adhering to ECTS, but on common sense, target customer isn’t demanding you to develop yourself instead of software applications, nor even worse – develop the development, i. e. Twin brothers collapse, because it’s development, although related to imprisonment in Iraq secret CIA prisons.
Installed and using a variety of this type of stuff is OK, but can it be more precise and more sanity checked (at least)? Of course. Consider ECTS Economics basic approach – source developer and labour target market, including end user target market; developing PHP apps (consider them web apps, only open source, or just not Microsoft .NET) is requiring an enterprise status, which isn’t too compromising nor compatible with latest cutting edge format of installation like unstable @dev and friends branch. Sure, you can disseminate the movement like Fedora, but when it crashes (not yet fully tested software for release), it’s developer’s fault, losses and enterprise facility management procurement, inflicting on my income etc.
So, in general, you are then reliant on supervisors and managers for your laptop crashes and breaks (of a need to reinstall OS, for example), rather than developing congruently software, which is considered to be basics inherent.
Nevertheless, advanced macroeconomics and econometrics is a study field of a future distance, so basics can be denied, at least theoretically. However, measuring this on income basis, you cannot state the opposite and expect derivatives to be your friends at all cases. At least it’s not imperative. So, in total, it’s a considerable amount of corporation metrics and a suggested crazy CyperPunk MS VS Code theme, with @beta SCARLET protocol. Brave ones are the winners, to whose stories econometric analysis isn’t applicable, that’s the prominent case, for sure.