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  • For many people programming seems like something "nerds" might do, or something really advanced, and probably something they don't have time for. But programming isn't as difficult as one might think, and also has some unexpected beneficial consequences. Today I want to talk about the 10 reasons people should learn to code.

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    This post is going to be a multi-part series talking about the various aspects of building a workspace. We'll go through everything from your operating system, and software of choice all the way up to your desk and ergonomics considerations.

    A lot of programmers have different ideas about what the ideal workspace is, everything from what kind of desk (or even having a desk), the type of lighting, type of chair, and how many monitors one should have; and each of us will have our own radically different ideas for what those things should be. Ultimately in the case of the physical things you do to get your job done I think we can all agree that they should be comfortable, ergonomic, practical, and in terms of computing power and screen real estate sufficient to get the job done.

  • Isn't being a programmer just coding? umm no programming is more then just typing statements or laying down code, it's more of an art, or a machine of many peices working together as one...

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    You're working on a new project, and the client asks for a new feature that wasn't in the original proposal, you add the feature, and a few months down the road the requirements have changed again, and the client decides that the feature just won't do.