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(IT World)   When's the best time of day to write code, aside from during long, boring meetings?   ( divider line
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2013-02-28 10:43:32 AM  

ghoti_nap: Been coding 10 years.   I get outrageous amounts of progress done between 12 and 4 AM.

Still have to get up @ 7, to go in to office to pretend to work for 8 hours.  Usually nap at lunch.

Sucky part is, when I code that late, it's like I'm smoking pot.. Gotta have various munchies, and I don't move from the desk for the whole time.

Dude, I'm totally the same way. Magically successful coding as long as it's between about 10pm and 2am.

Recently I discovered that I may have delayed sleep phase disorder. It sounds like something that you may want to think about getting looked into for yourself. If your employer is an unreasonable douchebag about making you come into work at a certain time, you wouldn't necessarily just have to take it. You may have the right to an accommodation for a later work schedule (I'm assuming U.S. laws here).
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