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DesiSpark, 24 Feb 2013
Posted 24 Feb 2013
Posted 25 Feb 2013
lmfao - It's always going to be different per person, so just find your jam, bang it on & bang it out (the code, not a euphemism)
Back when I did, absolute ghastly silence. And look how far has that got me /jk
Often I did try something - instrumental, dark ambient - but it still did rob from focus and stupid mistakes started to crop up rapidly. Of course, I've never been close to a good programmer anyway. I got carried away by magical harmonies of notes, forming melodies, instead of magical symbols forming statements etc.,... so to speak.
Yeah its individual per person.
I personally listen to all kinds, depending mainly on my current mood or musical appetite. Ranges from Horace Andy to Scooter to Jean Gabin and back to System of a Down.
And I know coders that listen to the weirdest and hardest death/grunge metal available. And some that listen to ocean sounds and other natural sounds.
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