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How many hours a week do you code?

Survey period: 1 Jun 2015 to 8 Jun 2015

We're not talking "work" with it's meetings, lunchtimes, office chit-chat and other hindrances. We're talking coding: typing, testing, designing, debugging and yelling at code.

OptionVotes% 
Over 50hrs of actual coding17210.57
40 to less than 50hrs25515.67
30 to less than 40 hrs35321.70
20 to less than 30 hrs37122.80
10 to less than 20 hrs22313.71
5 to less than 10hrs1116.82
less than 5hrs a week coding time1096.70
None. I don't code.332.03



 
GeneralNot as much as I'd like Pin
kmoorevs5-Jun-15 4:38
kmoorevs5-Jun-15 4:38 
GeneralRe: Not as much as I'd like Pin
KarstenK5-Jun-15 22:26
mveKarstenK5-Jun-15 22:26 
General30-40 Pin
den2k883-Jun-15 22:53
professionalden2k883-Jun-15 22:53 
General168... Pin
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter3-Jun-15 1:34
professionalKornfeld Eliyahu Peter3-Jun-15 1:34 
QuestionRe: 168... PinPopular
Joezer BH3-Jun-15 22:21
professionalJoezer BH3-Jun-15 22:21 
GeneralRight Now Not Enough Pin
cjb1102-Jun-15 22:10
cjb1102-Jun-15 22:10 
GeneralMetastorm ... requires 90%+ hours a week, mostly "yelling at code" Pin
MacSpudster2-Jun-15 6:54
professionalMacSpudster2-Jun-15 6:54 
GeneralRe: Metastorm ... requires 90%+ hours a week, mostly "yelling at code" Pin
Philip.F19-Jun-15 3:19
Philip.F19-Jun-15 3:19 
You sure are doing sth. wrong. They claim on their website:
[...] enables businesses to rapidly understand and automate even the most complex processes with software tools that allow strategic CIOs to work with lines of business to identify new opportunities to drive their agenda of growth and innovation.

That sounds incredibly cool. I'll tell my boss about this, we need this software now! Laugh | :laugh:
I won’t not use no double negatives.

GeneralRe: Metastorm ... requires 90%+ hours a week, mostly "yelling at code" Pin
MacSpudster19-Jun-15 4:58
professionalMacSpudster19-Jun-15 4:58 
GeneralI doubt anyone who actually codes for >40hrs a week would have time for this survey... Pin
Rob Philpott2-Jun-15 3:01
Rob Philpott2-Jun-15 3:01 
GeneralRe: I doubt anyone who actually codes for >40hrs a week would have time for this survey... Pin
_WinBase_2-Jun-15 5:59
_WinBase_2-Jun-15 5:59 
GeneralRe: I doubt anyone who actually codes for >40hrs a week would have time for this survey... Pin
LucaBarbucci3-Jun-15 6:22
LucaBarbucci3-Jun-15 6:22 
GeneralRe: I doubt anyone who actually codes for >40hrs a week would have time for this survey... Pin
Mycroft Holmes6-Jun-15 0:45
professionalMycroft Holmes6-Jun-15 0:45 
GeneralRe: I doubt anyone who actually codes for >40hrs a week would have time for this survey... Pin
Joezer BH9-Jun-15 5:04
professionalJoezer BH9-Jun-15 5:04 
GeneralInconsistent Pin
Rahul VB1-Jun-15 20:33
professionalRahul VB1-Jun-15 20:33 
GeneralNot nearly enough Pin
PIEBALDconsult1-Jun-15 14:47
professionalPIEBALDconsult1-Jun-15 14:47 
GeneralI'm a lazy one Pin
thatraja1-Jun-15 8:54
professionalthatraja1-Jun-15 8:54 
GeneralAre we talking just work? Pin
Paul M Watt1-Jun-15 7:12
mentorPaul M Watt1-Jun-15 7:12 
GeneralRe: Are we talking just work? Pin
Slacker0071-Jun-15 8:43
professionalSlacker0071-Jun-15 8:43 
GeneralRe: Are we talking just work? Pin
Paul M Watt1-Jun-15 8:54
mentorPaul M Watt1-Jun-15 8:54 
GeneralWhen I'm working on a software project or something else? Pin
Dan Neely1-Jun-15 4:31
Dan Neely1-Jun-15 4:31 
GeneralRe: When I'm working on a software project or something else? Pin
Mycroft Holmes6-Jun-15 0:42
professionalMycroft Holmes6-Jun-15 0:42 
GeneralI work 50 hours a week on average Pin
Slacker0071-Jun-15 2:24
professionalSlacker0071-Jun-15 2:24 
GeneralRe: I work 50 hours a week on average Pin
mobtadi1-Jun-15 4:38
mobtadi1-Jun-15 4:38 
GeneralRe: I work 50 hours a week on average Pin
Wastedtalent1-Jun-15 6:33
professionalWastedtalent1-Jun-15 6:33 

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