Some people look at the alignment of planets and stars to reveal truths about their innermost being, but why bother with that when you can just pop open GitHub and learn about yourself from your favorite programming language.
Want us to predict your future, based on your chosen programming language? We predict bugs for everyone.
Elizabeth Pich, half of the team behind War and Peas, created this comic for Toggl. She’s driven deep into her coding knowledge bring us both this comic and a great piece on startups that may be too hip for their own good.
If you work in programming, it’s likely you’ll need to track your time at some point in your career. So why not check out Toggl – the best damn time tracking tool in the world.
Tracking your time may not help you find that missing semicolon, but it can give a good idea of how well you’re actually working. After all, time tracking isn’t about making sure you’re working lots of hours, it’s about making sure you work productive hours.
I work in programming – what else you got?
So glad you asked.
If you have a job where you need to deal with clients a lot, check out our guide to the absolute worst clients explained with pirates.
If you find yourself in situations where you need to explain your programming job to the common folk, you can use our guide that explains different software development strategies – with cars.
If you feel like messing around with your fellow developers, we also have a few suggestions. Just don’t tell them we gave you the ideas.
And of course, don’t forget to take a spin on the Toggl timer.
Emma Murray makes content and content and even more content. She believes everyone has a few good words in them. She also does photojournalism here: https://www.emmakathleenmurray.com/