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Programmer's mood and their performance

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Hi,

I am a programmer now doing research into programmer's mood and their
performance. Most of the
programmer's might agree with the statment that 'Yes, Programmer's
performance is affected from
their performance'. But is this really true? To find out I am doing an
experiment on this. If
you want to take this test please visit this URL.
http://uxisfyp1.brunel.ac.uk/cspgiak . This test will take only 15
minutes. If you want results of the research at the end + if you want
to win a 20 amazon vouchers please enter your email address at the
results page and press save button.
If you want to know about me and want to query me, you can find my
email address and website at
the above URL at 'first page'

Regards,
Iftikhar

Nov 14 '06 #1
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Programmer mood wrote:
<snip>
Most of the
programmer's might agree with the statment that 'Yes, Programmer's
performance is affected from
their performance'. But is this really true?
<snip>

Wow, I wonder how you arrived at that conclusion...

Nov 14 '06 #2

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Programmer mood wrote:
Hi,

I am a programmer now doing research into programmer's mood and their
performance. Most of the
programmer's might agree with the statment that 'Yes, Programmer's
performance is affected from
their performance'. But is this really true? To find out I am doing an
experiment on this. If
you want to take this test please visit this URL.
http://uxisfyp1.brunel.ac.uk/cspgiak . This test will take only 15
minutes. If you want results of the research at the end + if you want
to win a 20 amazon vouchers please enter your email address at the
results page and press save button.
If you want to know about me and want to query me, you can find my
email address and website at
the above URL at 'first page'
Why not scour the internet for email addresses like every other spammer
out there? Why would I want to do the work for you?

Nov 14 '06 #3

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Programmer mood:
Most of the programmer's might agree with the statment that 'Yes,
Programmer's performance is affected from their performance' .

As would practitioners of 99.999999999999999914234% of activities (unless of
course it's some sort of masochistic activity, S&M maybe?).

--

Frederick Gotham
Nov 14 '06 #4

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Well, I dont not want to scour and spam. It is against the ethics of
research. It is left on your will. If you want to do it, I can only be
grateful. If you dont want to do it, there is no compulsion.

Regards,

Nov 15 '06 #5

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