So I got to thinking that I'm not, perhaps, the most "productive" programmer out there. By that I mean that I don't practice efficient development techniques as well as I should. ie. I type when copying and pasting would do (this is noticeable when writing 150-200 stored procs where I keep retyping field and table names), and in general I don't think I'm familiar enough with the development tools I use (as in the editors and IDE's) to take maximum advantage of the time saving features they offer.
That said, I'm working on making improvements in my "productivity" with the tools I'm using. Currently I'm using Powerbuilder at work (ugh), and Perl and Python for my own projects and private consulting. At this moment, I've been spending more time in Windows using Editplus 2 (which so far seems to be a really neat tool for Win32 coding).
So fellow monks, I ask for your wisdom. What do YOU do to save time when coding? Whether it be in the editor/IDE, the language itself (Perl, Python, Powerbuilder, C, or whatever language you've learned an interesting time-saver), or in getting a solid 8 hours of sleep every night :), I'd be interested to see what you do to keep your development speed maxed.