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Programming on a portrait monitor

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was curious if anyone here has/is doing this? If so why do you like it? If not why not? :)

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I have and tbh I prefer having a square as possible monitor. as I code downside and laterally a lot (long strings and stuff)

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I do it at work. Middle monitor is just some random Dell 24" with 1920x1200 resolution. Works very well for me. Just watch out not to make your methods too long :D

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In my opinion if you feel like you need a large vertical space to visualize your code then you are writing things that are way to long, thus probably violating a fair amount of principles/good practice concerns.

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