Where Coders Code

Command Line Heroes

Episode | Podcast

Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2020 04:50:40 +0000

<p>Home office. Corporate park. Co-working space. Funland campus. Coders expect options when it comes to their workplace. The relocation of the average workspace from the office to the home has revealed the benefits of working from home—but also highlighted its tradeoffs. </p><p> Saron Yitbarek and Clive Thompson continue their discussion of coding careers by considering workspaces. <a href="https://blogs.wellesley.edu/cs/2019/05/10/mary-allen-wilkes-59-women-and-the-linc-to-modern-computer-technology/">Mary Allen Wilkes</a> shares her experience as the first developer to work from home. <a href="https://dhh.dk/">David Heinemeier Hansson</a> argues remote work gives his colleagues time for deep thinking. <a href="https://www.scrum.org/team/dave-west">Dave West</a> explains why he believes face-to-face work still produces the best results. And Maude Mensah Simpson weighs the freedoms of the home office against missing opportunities for in-person interactions.</p><p> If you want to read up on some of our research on workspaces, you can check out all our bonus material over at <a href="https://www.redhat.com/en/command-line-heroes/season-5/where-coders-code">redhat.com/commandlineheroes</a>. Follow along with the episode <a href="https://www.redhat.com/en/command-line-heroes/season-5/where-coders-code#transcript-tray">transcript</a>.</p>