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I find it difficult to develop with no monitor.

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  • 16
    Better a computer without a monitor than a monitor without a computer!
  • 3
    I think you will have errors
  • 3
    No shit, Sherlock
  • 2
    I have just decided to go back to a single monitor setup. My productivity on a dual monitor setup was declining at an exponential rate
  • 2
    @Jop- my lecturer does that
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    @Mobile sometimes it's helpful, sometimes it's distracting.
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    Projector ?
  • 0
    I was brunt sarcastic lol @sam9669 some got it
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    Everyone's up for a bit of a challenge from time to time.
  • 3
    I work with a blind programmer who does a great job using text to speech. I never could!
  • 2
    Development, Uh, Finds a Way...
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    Augmented Reality
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    @Niro Really?! I've always wondered what that would be like! Every time my RSI acts up and I can't type, I think how I need to figure out how to code without typing.
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    @wmhilton do you know what blind means?
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    @DirtyBit Text to speech, speech to text... Can't see code vs can't type code... I guess I left out some segue thoughts, but yes, when I'm unable to type I wonder about all the other ways I could become handicapped and whether I need to write any code now that would help me write code in the future if something happened to me. Deafness wouldn't be as much of a problem I don't think, but I literally cannot imagine programming blind! That's why I'd love to know more about how it can be done.
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    I find it difficult to program with carts With holes in them...
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    I develop in my head... I only need a computer to translate it into code?
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    That... that could be interesting. Imagine browsing a "library" of code or focusing a variable and seeing every function that it affects. So cool @0xide
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    Tried that once, got a compiler error on scripting code and ended up with a rsod. Never even got a chance to move it to the computer @billgates
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