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1. Favorite source of music while programming:
a. shoutcast
b. napster
c. real player
d. the flat/shiny thing that goes in the cup holder
e. What is a sound card?

2. Favorite editor:
a. Vi/Vim
b. Xemacs/Emacs
c. UltraEdit
d. notepad

3. What language would you use if Perl didn't exist?
a. Shell
b. Basic
c. Java
d. dos batch file it

4. Biggest disruption when writing code:
a. Perl Monks- having fun in the chatter box
b. Family
c. the boss
d. Meetings to blow an hour and accomplish Nothing

5. Things I wish I could change about my job:
a. More Money$$
b. Less Meetings
c. Bigger Cube
d. More Time off
e. Better/Free snacks/drinks

6. Things ever job must have
a. Season tickets to everything
b. Wet bar in every cube
c. >21" monitors
d. Lazy Boys for office furniture
e. Milton from office space in the cube next to you.

Update: fixed a typo at the suggestion of dws

In reply to Re: poll ideas quest by scottstef
in thread poll ideas quest by vroom

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