I find I work better at night: not just a bit better; a lot better. My code output seems to skyrocket between the hours of 23:00 and 04:00. Can anybody tell me, why? There must be a reason.
Perhaps it’s the elapsed time since I’ve eaten. Perhaps it’s the lower temperature. Perhaps my brain waves shift slightly and are more attuned to focusing on spaghetti-like strands of code. Whatever the reason is, I want to know it.
If I could be as creative and productive throughout my whole 16 hour working day then I wouldn’t have to keep going for 16 hours, and I wouldn’t have such a topsy-turvy bodyclock.
Suggestions (and offers from researchers who’d like to put electrodes on my head to measure the brain patterns) are most welcome!