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Life of a Programmer.

Akiba

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So, I'm a programmer. Big time. I mean spending consecutive days and nights just sitting there at the computer... and working. I don't drink coffee. And I rarely eat.

You might ask, how do I just stay there, and still even survive? Why won't I just faint from fatigue, and crash right in front of my computer?

Well, first of all, I love what I do. I'm crazy about it. I'm not employed, or anything. I'm still going on fifteen.

Then, there's PC. I always have at least two tabs out of my thirty open on PC. Seeing that I have a notification always gives me a dopamine rush. This works really well now that I've set the PC index tab to auto-refresh every thirty seconds. There's always something new in Forum Games, too. So I hang around there a lot. PC is a big part of my life.

Music. Probably the most important of all of them. Just listening to my endless playlists of utattemita is enough to keep me doing anything for days.

Black Tea. I don't know about you, but black tea with a little cold milk mixed in has got to be one of the most refreshing drinks in the world. I currently have three tins of black tea leaves in my pantry.

So yeah. When I'm staring at this unreadable Linux kernel code, or that server config file, these are the things that keep me going.
 
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