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How can computer programmer relax his mind and replenish his mental powers? [closed]
It is said that computer programmers (dealing with complex abstract problems) can stay highly productive only for a short period during the day, soon experiencing mental fatigue that makes further ...
Jul 17 '11 at 17:47
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