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Music to Code By

Five Songs that will get you in the programming groove.

So you are in a programming rut. Perhaps you need a little something to get your toes a-tapping and your loops a-looping. Here are five excellent songs that will provide you with a killer soundtrack to code with.

1. Funeral Song – Fast Romantics
*Warning! Video contains explicit language*
This macabre song by indie band The Fast Romantics is actually quite upbeat and catchy, despite its weird subject matter. Listen to it when you need a burst of coding energy.

2. Lightning Bolt – Jake Bugg
You are probably in need of a lightning bolt of inspiration when you run into any type of logic or syntax error. And maybe Lightning Bolt by Jake Bugg is exactly what you need. Probably not, but it never hurts to try.

3. Fashionable People -Joel Plaskett Emergency

I dare you to try not to sing along to this catchy tune by Canadian rocker Joel Plaskett. While programming away, you may even find yourself singing the crazy, high parts. It’s ok! We won’t tell anyone. You’re just a fashionable person. We get it.

4. Robotic – Hannah Georgas

You are probably feeling a little “robotic” at this point. You may also feel like hitting reset. So sing along with this great tune!

5. Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa – Vampire Weekend

I actually just really like this one. Hopefully you will too!

Know a great song to code by that I neglected to put on the list? Share your favourites with us! Also, Like us on Facebook to watch our daily tracks at facebook/actuallywecreate.

 

 

About The Blogger

Jessica Gilfillan - Portrait

Jessica Gilfillan – Guest Blogger

Jessica Gilfillan is a second year Web Design and Animation student at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario. She is interested in responsive design, creating an accessible web for all and mastering PHP.

In her spare time she likes to crochet, practice yoga and hang out with her hound dog, Ruby. She also hopes to learn how to play the banjo in the near future. You can follow Jessica on Twitter @jessicaanngilly.

 

 

 

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