I'm having a big problem as I don't know touch typing. I look at the keyboard (hunt and peck). However, I really want to learn touch typing. I have tried many times, but I don't have the patience and ...
I'm a software engineer - this means that I type all day. I was doing some woodworking with a friend and he remarked off hand to be careful, an accident that cut off a finger or more might be ...
Possible Duplicate: Which tips helped you learn touch-typing? I've been coding for many years (>10), and I can average only about 40wpm. My error rate seems pretty rubbish, and when I am ...
Possible Duplicate: How important is the ability to touch-type? We're going to hire new programmers and we just wondered should we include typing skill in our employment filters? Someone ...
It is nice that there are services such as TypeRacer where you can practice casual writing but I want to practice programmer keys, covers more numbers and keys not used by regular typist. There was ...
Out of Dvorak and QWERTY which would be most beneficial to learn touchtyping on, as a programmer?
Clearly, two finger typing is probably a sign the developer needs work to speed up his typing (or is lying about his experience as a developer), and 60+ WPM is more than sufficient. Has anyone studied ...
I've been practicing typing over the past little while, and I'm wondering if there's any tricks to getting further. I started out at ~40 wpm back when I was typing with 6 fingers. It took a little ...