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A lot of devs seem to have that indeed! I'm actually always wearing a suit :P
I work from home, no dress code. I slap a suit on for client meetings, they don't respect you otherwise.
I for one live in a place that is known for being extremely modest. Wearing a suit would make me feel very uncomfortable, as it is trying to put myself higher above others.
fyroc60684yI work from home as well. You're lucky if I put pants on.
I think you mean "professional". For men, it's the same, but for women, "formal" means evening gowns, fancy makeup, and really uncomfortable shoes.
... But there's a chance I'm just misunderstanding your work environment.
senci6304yOne of the first things I clarify during a job interview is that I'm not going to follow any dress code. I go to my job interviews dressed in nerdy shirts. If my future employer does not agree with me, it's no place I want to work anyways.
Root737414yNice dress, perfect hair, red lipstick, heels.
It scares the compiler into cooperating.
Best way to code!
nocgod18274yNo dress code for me, as long as I don't show up with my shlong dangling all goes I guess
f03n1x69674yI wear a suit 4 days a week, casual on Fridays, so annoying to wear.
But at home I've been coding in my t-shirt and boxers lol or whatever I'm wearing/if it's a bit cold.
RTRMS38004yThat's why I don't work corporate.
Our company y has a fantastic dress code "Not naked... Preferably"
f03n1x69674yI want to change jobs, honestly would love to just make my own company but reason I work corporate, 6 months of applying to jobs got no reply aside from two jobs, interview stage for one, told not enough leadership for an intern role, :/ got this job through a friend, good experience I guess