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lotd78853yI would love to work from home, 100km each way every day quickly gets tedious..
balte24593ypretty accurate, except for the "forgot how to talk to humans". Enough time is spent on conference calls and slack channels.
nanl24153y@electric-ghost This. Sometimes I work from morning until midnight and feel like crap.
Root750103yVery accurate, especially the "forgot how to talk to humans." Conference call once a week. Verbal skills: nil. My writing is fine, though.
Oh, and my coworkers are a fish and my cute, annoying little monster.
I prefer to go to the office most of the time. When I say WFH, I’m actually not working 😁
I'm at my 2nd year, relying on public transport for the most part.. 😅
balte24593y@electric-ghost right, makes sense.
zacg31553yI like how “DESK” is the only thing in quotes
My main reasons for working at home:
* No time lost on traveling (even though I live close)
* Don't have to share fridge with coworkers
* Feel more comfortable playing games during breaks
* 6 displays at home vs 2 at work
* No retarded yells from sales guys closing deals
* Watch/listen to stuff without headphones
I started remote work 4 months ago, and I totally feel you :/
WTH I miss the outside world :(
I found my self a co-working space though for cheap
It helps to change your working environment here and there
But I know the pain and it’s really challenging finding life work balance :/ even though I live in Brooklyn NY, good luck
I think balance is the key.
Now i am working from home 3 days a week only and my ability to talking other humans getting slowly improved!
cprn10581yStill on point.
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GlipGlop9My first dev job was the worst! The woman in charge of the building was always on my ass! She didn't really un...