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Around eight years ago I wrote a blog post about Repetitive Strain Injury entitled The Real Pain of Software Development [part 1]. I soon learned the lesson that it’s a bad idea to have “Part 1” in any blog post unless you’ve already written part 2. But here I am, eight years later, finally getting around to part 2. But better late than never! The original reason that led me to write about this topic was a period of debilitating pain I went through when coding. Too many long hours at
the keyboard took their toll on me so that even placing my fingers on the keyboard would cause me pain. I experienced numbness in my fingers, pain in my wrists, back and shoulders, and lots of headaches. In short, I was a mess. Road to Recovery Fortunately, my employer at the time was supportive of me filing a Worker’s Compensation claim. I know for some, that has a negative connotation, but keep in mind it’s insurance that you pay in to specifically for cases of injuries. So it makes sense to use it if you’re legitimately injured on...(Read whole news on source site)

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