Goodbye to Three Hour Programs

Back in the day, I use to sling code in 2-3 hour blocks, taking nice long breaks in between sessions. This allowed my brain to think about problems deeper and come up with more elegant solutions. One of the reasons is that the house I am in turns into a noise making, hard rocking, garage band around 5 PM when all my roommates come home. Homes with children experience a similar event. In any case, I code late at night or in the mornings when no one is home. In fact, I try and code for as long as I can because I know these periods of peace and quiet don’t last. I guess the 2-3 hour programming sessions will be on ice until ‘quiet time’ becomes the norm again.

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