MacBook Pro 15 Core i7 Touch Bar 2,9/16/512 SSD S. programming in Objective-C and Swift for iOS to start a good choice?

The question is, what are 512 Gb SSD dostatochno to install all necessary software, including the programs for work with databases, etc. From JetBrains for instance. B I was wondering if programming on a 15 inch screen? iPhone I have (7).
Plus I want another 10 points to wind put, sometimes she may need to switch to.

Desktop computer with 27" monitor Samsung S27E650D I have. And he's reluctant to sit, what I think, laptop will be the same.

Just do not need to tell me now that buying a MacBook to put Windows... I'm on the iPhone to Pragati going with this?. How many will eat the 10-ka and soft I have an idea. Now I'm on the computer 67 GB occupied, but I did not put all sorts of MS Management Studio and MS SQL Server database, so many things not set, the bare minimum for programming and surfing the Internet.
June 10th 19 at 14:41
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June 10th 19 at 14:43
I was sitting on a MacBookPro 13 two years with 128 Gigabit SSD and not "seen problems". In principle, the special problems experienced, but sometimes when the code is very much, plus need some info from another window, which you don't want to switch, but I want to see just close, that would not lose the concentration, then Yes, 13 is not enough. In the end I bought a iMac 27` price compare 15. So a matter of choice. If you frequently take it to work and home you write very little, I think 15 is the perfect option. But if you have the opportunity to sit at one place and you can keep your iMac, and it most likely only at home, then it would be better iMac. Well, probably something like that. In General, You can always buy more of 15 its just a screen.
Offtopic - you have no problems with fonts on the Dell monitor?
I have a Samsung 24 curved and the fonts are painful to watch after the MacBook - krista.Eichma commented on June 10th 19 at 14:46
IMHO the thing to the person who is programming for ios is a mac book pro do not have the last year plus one or two monitors. Everything else is from the evil one. Air is if the budget does not allow, and the iMac is the lack of mobility and the advantages in it, if you're not a designer. - Devan_Klein commented on June 10th 19 at 14:49
June 10th 19 at 14:45
If base on 300 gigs of that 512 will be enough. If the Wind keep on Parallels it is not so much eating. Is full of Goodies including VS for MAC and so on. Just in case you have a drive to the terabyte.

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