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6 Most Popular Programmer’s Drinks

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Programming at a high level on a day to day basis requires grit, determination, and stimulants. To satisfy the third requirement, some programmers go with coffee, others prefer caffeinated beverages, and a few might try not-so-kosher stimulants.

“Real programmers drink too much coffee so that they will
always seem tense and overworked”.

Most Popular Programmer's DrinksProgramming at a high level on a day to day basis requires grit, determination, and stimulants. To satisfy the third requirement, some programmers go with coffee, others prefer caffeinated beverages, and a few might try not-so-kosher stimulants.

Perhaps the most universally recognized tool for improving a professional programmer’s productivity is C. Not the C language, but the C additive, Caffeine.

We would begin with a definition:
Caffeine: a bitter alkaloid C8H10N4O2 found esp. in coffee, tea, and kola nuts and other healthy drinks and used medicinally as a stimulant and diuretic.

Pepsi Drink

Pepsi may be the choice of a new generation, but definitely *not* a new generation of programmers. Finishing dead last in performance and buried in the middle of the pack with respect to calories, Pepsi is a generally uninspired product. The user interface (taste) is distinctive, but its caffeine engine lacks the punch of the other products we surveyed.

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Jolt Cola Drink

Jolt is playing its role as spoiler to the hilt. In the face of a huge tide of “caffeine-free” soft drinks, Jolt boasts that it has “all the sugar and twice the caffeine.” On the surface, at least, it seems as if the programmer’s ship has come in. Jolt’s user interface is good, containing the bite and “look and feel” of Classic Coke and winning the scouring test.

The classic caffeine-laden cola. Jolt is the favored drink of computer programmers everywhere. Double the caffeine of Coke in a variety of new flavors. Contrary to popular belief, Jolt doesn’t have any more sugar than regular soft drinks. Their new cans are resealable, to help keep the fizz in.(72mg in 12oz)

It is known that all real programmers drink only coke and eat only pizza – at least after more than 28 hours in front of a computer screen some people think. But only the greatest programmers drink cappuccino’s. Some of the computer programmers drink mint tea with pine nuts. Programmers drink loads of soda.

Cappuccino Drink

Cappuccino is an Italian, coffee-based drink prepared with espresso, hot milk, and milk foam. A cappuccino differs from a caffè latte—which is also from the Italian coffee menu—in that a latte is prepared with espresso and twice (or more) the amount of milk as a cappuccino and little or no milk foam. A cappuccino is traditionally served in a porcelain cup, which has far better heat retention characteristics than glass or paper. The foam on top of the cappuccino acts as an insulator and helps retain the heat of the liquid, allowing it to stay hotter longer. Cappuccino is the tasty and useful healthy drink which helps computer programmers not to sleep.

Coffee Drink

In line with the view that coffee is the most common drink for people to spill on their computers, it was also the most common drink for programmers.

It’s just so stereotypical to think of computer programmers drinking coffee all day, working late into the night. Caffeine is a stimulant, it reduces drowsiness and restores alertness, it also increases the capacity for mental and physical labor.

French is a popular coffee among programmers because doesn’t need a lot of care; like commercial software. Its exciting taste has inspired thousands of programmers in writing incredible software, written in the very first ours of a day. Windows for example was written at 5:00 o’clock in the morning, Due to coffee! A result is guaranteed.

It’s said that programmers need coffee to function.

Mountain Dew

Mountain Dew is an essential ingredient for successful computer programming. Mountain Dew is so popular with computer programmers and gamers or anyone else who doesn’t want to sleep.

The Code Red worm was named for the fact that anti-virus software programmers drank Mountain Dew “Code Red” to stay awake while working on the software update that would protect against this threat.

However, some studies have linked drinking soft drinks with risk factors for heart disease, but this study suggests that diet soft drinks sweetened with artificial sweeteners are just as likely to be linked as high calorie drinks sweetened with sugar.

Water

Water – the most useful drink for programmers. Not only is it good for you and will keep your mind off soda/coffee/alcohol…but you’ll start going to the bathroom more often and you’ll burn off a couple of calories walking there!

2 COMMENTS

  1. First of all the title says "6 Most Popular Programmer's Soft Drinks" A bunch of these aren't soft drinks. Secondly, I don't know many programmers that drink Mint Tea with Pine Nuts Recipe, or Cappuccinos. I'm not really a fan of this list.

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