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Air flow while programming

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I am sat here with a fan on because i am finding it hard to program without it , is airflow really important and how come you dont see loads of fans in game developer videos in there office , how can they cope with sitting in the room without the right amount of fresh air.

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If it's hot, a fan or airco system is definitely handy. As for fresh air, I just open a window. I'd say, just do whatever works best for you... :)

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I am sat here with a fan on because i am finding it hard to program without it , is airflow really important and how come you dont see loads of fans in game developer videos in there office , how can they cope with sitting in the room without the right amount of fresh air.


because most are used to sitting in dark, hot basements coding 24/7. O_o

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I am sat here with a fan on because i am finding it hard to program without it , is airflow really important and how come you dont see loads of fans in game developer videos in there office , how can they cope with sitting in the room without the right amount of fresh air.


Because large companies treat their staff more like cattle than people. (Sorry, that's wrong. Cattle get better treatment.)

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Office buildings have air ducts in the ceiling that are supposed to pump air around.

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