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"Common sense is not so common".

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comment Are there any jobs in the programming field that don't require you to sit at a desk all day?
@MarkBooth I said most of your time. Can you tell me how much of your day is spent running up and down? Or how much time you actually spend in the engineering floor? I would be surprised if its more than 15% of your time. Plus most of the stuff you said is probably done on your own desk. Most customer support is by phone, not visits. I ask, if you spent most of your time out of your desk, when do you actually develop the app you will be testing? or providing support for?
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@Dunk Then in that case, the question is phrased wrong. It should incapable programmers, not 9-5ers... And the question could apply to any job. I think of myself as VERY capable, and in my job we constantly innovate (we have to), BUT we do it during the 9 hours of work that we have. If 9 hours a day is not enough for you, then I would question YOUR ability to solve problems, not mine.