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While commuting you can read books, open source code, listen to podcasts or listen to courses. you will get better time investment than to type code on a phone (which will be frustrating and slow).

 
 

There are specifics posts that answer that question, check them out (on dev.to).

I don't listen to podcasts, I'm a youtube guy, but softwareengineeringdaily.com/ is on my TODO list.

 

PS: I recognize, admire and congrats your desire to evolve. I myself read a few books while commuting as a junior.

Trust me, with 1h daily learning time you can achieve many things in life, including a next step in your career every one two years.

 

I agree with you. This time could be better used for reading or listening than to code.

 

While commuting you can read books, open source code, listen to podcasts or listen to courses

Which often brings up ideas and makes me want to get some code down. There's no reason it has to be frustrating and slow. Nobody has done any work to make a decent experience there. Virtual keyboards have come a long way, but only by optimizing for casual typing.

 

Yes, you can build the code in your head, and when at a PC is just a matter of typing.

Or you can buy a 13" laptop ..

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