Working as a developer doesn't mean you're smashing keys on your keyboard for 8 hours straight.

It's thinking, learning, experimenting, communicating, reading, trying, exploring, scribbling, and probably a dozen other things. Then, for just a couple minutes each day, you actually type some code.

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@fribbledom been feeling a bit like this sometimes.. Like i am a little pixie descending on my project and putting in/usually changing a tiny bit of code..

I do think though it's possible to be way more productive than this.. But remember: more LOC is worse, actually.

More features are better... but without communication and knowing each others' goals, who's gonna use them?

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