How do you spend your lunch time at work? Since I need to take a break away from work, I usually just surf, read up on the latest news (Digg, DotNetKicks), and check my personal email. So, I've come up with a way to make my lunch time more productive. And I'm calling it… Lunch Time Coder.
What is Lunch Time Coder?
Lunch Time Coder is my new initiative to make my lunch time more productive. I'll take one idea each day and turn it into a usable component or program during my lunch time. I know that 30 - 60 minutes isn't much time to get a whole lot done, but all components and programs I write will be short, to the point, and just plain work. There may also be days where I spend time enhancing something that was done on a previous day.
This idea is my simple adaptation of the AnAppADay.com idea.
Do you have an idea for a small component or program?
If so, please let me know what it is, and it'll help me not run out of ideas. You can either email it to me through the Contect section of my website, or just submit it as a comment to this post.
I'm looking forward to seeing what little gems I can turn out of this little experiment. And, if it goes well (as I'm sure it will), I'll have a very productive way to spend my lunch time each day.
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