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Game Devs show their home workspaces

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Jag
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Game Devs show their home workspaces

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Always like to see where other people work. Figured this would be interesting to some.

https://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/ ... me-set-ups

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Those are making me feel quite a bit better about my home office setup. :lol:
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Interesting to see that most of the people with an actual desk are using the same Ikea Bekant desk that I've had for years...great modular design
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I'm a developer and in front of my computer a lot. I cringe whenever I see a permanent setup that is just a laptop, without an external monitor and keyboard/mouse. Ergonomics are important people! Your neck, back, wrists, forearms will all thank you later.
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