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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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