Why programmers work at night
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Last updated on 2013-10-21

About the Book

What readers are saying

"My mum needs to read this book!" ~ Cubox

"Great book. Not my usual cup of tea but never the less it made me sad I don't have more time to read it every time I had to put it down. It is well written and funny remarks keep you glued to it. I literally LOL'd few times :) So if you are a programmer or live with a one be sure to read this book. It will teach you some new stuff for certain." ~ Danguba

"My girlfriend loved your book!" ~ @janhancic

"Can't wait for this book to be finished!  Programmers rock, night-time rocks (although I've been shifting into the early-morning more frequently for some reason), and I'm a big fan of biographical works.  :)" ~ Amarand Agassi

"Very interesting book. I never gave the idea of the "flow" much thought until now. As a programmer myself, I would love to master the flow of programming" ~ szahn

"Just bought your book and provided my github data. Nice initiative ! I'm gonna start reading it tonight... :)" ~ Remco Ross

"Just read your book and loved it. Made me feel normal again. Also, I found plenty of good advice in it." ~ Matjaž Drolc

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At Webcamp Zagreb in December 2012 I gave a talk about the book. Watch it here: http://2012.webcampzg.org/swizec-teller-why-programmers-code-at-night/

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Why readers love this book

People who work at night get used to being called lazy slobs by their bosses and loved ones despite being more productive that way. The early bird does not always catch the worm, sometimes it meets a cat.

Why programmers work at night talks about the flow of programming, why it's easier to achieve at night and what programmers need to feel productive and keep their sanity. If you live with a programmer this book will teach you how to keep them happy, if you're a programmer yourself it will show you how to get your best work done at any time of the day, be it day or night. It will also help you avoid being That Guy when you're working with other programmers. Nobody wants to be That Guy.

This book has been based on personal experience, interviewing other programmers, and research of psychology, nutrition and related topics. Everything mentioned in the book has worked either for myself, somebody I trust, or shown to make sense in a trial. All three when at all possible.

You can read the book online, download the free sample pdf, or buy the ebook today. There's a no-questions-asked 100% money-back guarantee, so you can read it worry-free.

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About the Author

Swizec Teller
Swizec Teller

Hi, I’m a digital nomad and full stack web engineer.

I travel the world and help startups win. From setting up new teams and training juniors, to fixing spaghetti code and implementing new features.

My code has been used by MasterCard, Commerzbank, Google, Mashable, Lyft, and many others.

When I’m not coding, I’m writing.

At least 5000 people bought my books ... I don’t know if that’s a lot, but it’s more than zero. I like that.

My work has been featured in Business Insider, LifeHacker, Huffington Post, and several dead-tree magazines. I’ve spoken on BBC Radio, appeared on Slovenian national television, and given talks all over the world.

Causes Supported

Kiberpipa

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http://www.kiberpipa.org

Kiberpipa ('Cyberpipe') is an important catalyst for the Slovene cybernetic scene and fosters creative and critical approaches in the age of an information society.

Established in 2001 as a part of the K6/4 Institute, Kiberpipa ('Cyberpipe') is an important catalyst for the Slovene cybernetic scene and fosters creative and critical approaches in the age of an information society. Operating as a cultural centre, computer laboratory and Internet café (with free wireless access), Cyberpipe engages primarily in open code programming and the recycling of computer devices, it organises workshops (for example, Linux workshops, drawing and painting in DTP with free programmes, E-mail culture, Linux video editing), lectures, and entertainment and information events. The programme also features so-called Open Dates - weekly meetings for information exchange.

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