Well, it has been a couple of hours. Not sure if I was “MORE” productive, but I did have fun.
AND… I DID eat 1/2 a brownie, a pop and an expresso. I got through what I wanted to get through but I am not sure if I was MORE productive.
My view was the back hall, the Exit door and the barista station. Would it have been different if we sat near a window? Not sure. The view would have been of the street and I might have just watched traffic pass by.
I want to know if YOU have ever just decided to go to a co-working place or coffee shop to do work you could have done at the office or home.
WORKING OFF SITE
- WHY did you do it?
- WERE you more or less productive?
- WOULD you do it again?
Post a comment below and let me know. Thanks in advance. Jude
Hi All — this is MY first post. Mike has been reading lots of articles and posts about other developers who work (OOT) Out Of Town. Mainly, it has to do with productivity — programmers are more productive in different surroundings.
Soooooo, I decided that we should give it a shot this Memorial Day Weekend. Spend a few hours on training, then
Here we are, in Morganton, NC at a great little coffee shop called The Grind Cafe — @grindcafe. Great little place. Free Wi Fi. We got a brownie. Wished that they had frosted it, but it is still good. (PS — I don’t think that I have EVER had a “bad” brownie).
Just a quick note to let everyone know how grateful we are to be able to sit here in a cafe and work and how thankful we are to those who gave their lives in defense of our country — military and police and fire. They really make it possible for the rest of us to do what we do.
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