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Cynical optimist, pragmatic idealist, and comical curmudgeon
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I feel less enthusiastic about C++ practically every day. http://stackoverflow.com/q/32235765/1858225

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I feel less enthusiastic about C++ practically every day. http://stackoverflow.com/q/32235765/1858225

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Does anyone do any coding outdoors in bright sunlight? I'd like to not be so tethered to the indoors while coding, but I'm not sure what I could use to make coding feasible in sunlight. I'm thinking of trying a head-mounted monitor (such as a VR headset or the Sony HMZ-T3), but I imagine it would be a rather miserable experience unless the resolution were at least 2K or so. There are also some high-brightness LCD monitors (http://www.dynascanusa.com/products/high-brightness-lcds/) that might work, but I can't imagine those would be very easy to carry around with me if I wanted to, for instance, sit at a park while working "from home." Thoughts?

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Does anyone do any coding outdoors in bright sunlight? I'd like to not be so tethered to the indoors while coding, but I'm not sure what I could use to make coding feasible in sunlight. I'm thinking of trying a head-mounted monitor (such as a VR headset or the Sony HMZ-T3), but I imagine it would be a rather miserable experience unless the resolution were at least 2K or so. There are also some high-brightness LCD monitors (http://www.dynascanusa.com/products/high-brightness-lcds/) that might work, but I can't imagine those would be very easy to carry around with me if I wanted to, for instance, sit at a park while working "from home." Thoughts?

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Does anyone do any coding outdoors in bright sunlight? I'd like to not be so tethered to the indoors while coding, but I'm not sure what I could use to make coding feasible in sunlight. I'm thinking of trying a head-mounted monitor (such as a VR headset or the Sony HMZ-T3), but I imagine it would be a rather miserable experience unless the resolution were at least 2K or so. There are also some high-brightness LCD monitors (http://www.dynascanusa.com/products/high-brightness-lcds/) that might work, but I can't imagine those would be very easy to carry around with me if I wanted to, for instance, sit at a park while working "from home." Thoughts?

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An example of poor UI design, as requested by Scott Meyers: the Slate mobile Web interface (via Google Chrome Beta on an Android device) 
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