Where's Your Coding Happy Place?
Apr 22, 2009, 15:33 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Spiegel)
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"3) The Great Outdoors:
Just the sound of "I'm working by the pool today" has a nice ring
to it. Whether you're coding by the pool, the beach, the park or on
your patio, there is something awfully appealing to working
"Is this a fantasy or can it actually work? Well, it can"t hurt
to try! If you have a long lasting battery and an anti-glare
screen, then working in the sun can have a relaxing effect,
resulting in more productivity. Or it could result in a nice long
nap and sunburn. Oh, and don't forget to check the weather so it
doesn't rain on your parade.
"4) Coffee shop:
Whether it is Starbucks or a local hole in the wall, there is
something about coffee and coding that go together.
"Someone should open a chain called "Coffee and Coding."
(Actually found a site dedicated to Coffee and Code events!) Maybe
it's the aroma of freshly ground beans that inspire innovative