Programmers tend to type a lot of code, bashing a lot of shortcuts and a lot of other things.
What keyboards are good for programming?
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There are only two keyboards that I've used (and I've used many) that I enjoy using.
One is the IBM Model M, the other is the full sized wired apple aluminum keyboard (not the smaller, wireless model).
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