Most programmers like to add a little bit of a personal touch when it comes to their coding workspaces.Sometimes that means finding a killer location, or building a fancy desk.
Or just using a cardboard box, if you are feeling really minimalist.
A bunch of programmers posted their workspaces on a new site called Coderwall, which came out of Y Combinator’s most recent Winter 2012 startup class.
On the site, hackers around the world leave “pro tips” that help out other programmers during their coding process. They increase their “geek cred” — and, as the site intends, their visibility to tech companies that might be hiring.
This time, though, programmers posted photos of their workspaces.
We reached out to Coderwall to see if we could show a few of them, which we’ve assembled for you. They range from cluttered to zen and minimalist — but they are all pretty excellent.