but learned that background music affected my concentration. Serge - it depends on my mood and the depth of the work at hand :-) music goes well with support work or with familiar code. But it's too distracting when you're trying to track down a company employee list particularly pesky bug or learn a new api. 2) what type of music do you listen to? Chris - I've recently kicked into world music, which is also great for working. Refugee all-stars sierra leone (members of bandzoogle's) and tinariwen are recent favorites. Both have inspiring stories behind their music. Stacey - classic rock. Bob sager, journey, lou reed, queen.
Fleetwood mac, elo, ccr. If it sounds like an anthem, I probably have it on repeat. Allison - my favorite music is gospel (smokie orful, j. Moss, kirk franklin, cook, Stacie Orrick) followed closely by r&b, hip-hop and rap (mint condition, khene Aico, chris brown, drake, Nicki Minaj, Ciara, ne-yo), then other genres like rock (I love Paramore) and a bit company employee list of country (dolly patron, Carrie underwood, kenny rogers, Jamie O'Neal). I also really like air supply, jimmy buffet, the carpenters.
crystal gayle and beach boys because it reminds me of my parents. Melanie - I love the singer/songwriter folk pop music. Meaningful lyrics and a beautiful melody. Right now some of my favorites are Kathleen Edwards, the civil wars, gibe Dixon and Amos the company employee list transparent. I also grew up with classic rock like the beetles, the rolling stones, the beach boys and we played those same old records all the time. Justin - I have a pretty wide range of artists that I like to listen to - classics like Johnny cash, roy Orbison, Elvis and the beetles, Canadian folk artists like