I use only one monitor but several virtual desktops. Should I have answered 4 instead of 1?
Next nerdy question: what is the aspect ratio of your monitor? I still have a 4:3 (1600x1200) TFT display from 2008. Much to my shock when I was looking for a new monitor last year, nobody makes 4:3 monitors anymore! The closest you can get is 5:4, which many shops market as a 4:3 display (argh). So I'm keeping the 4:3 monitor until it dies or some manufacturer brings back "retro" aspect ratios.
Try working for a big company that attempts to control not only how many monitors (or any other object really) that you can have in your cubicle, but exactly how they have to be arranged so that everybody's cubes look exactly the same for... reasons... reasons in the corporate rule book. Yep, it's official, my company now values conformity and "fairness" over productivity and profit. Oh, and don't worry, it's a private company, so you don't have to find out which company in order to sell all your stock. :-)
Just another Perl hooker - Yep, I've definitely seen more than my share of d*cks in the world, that's for sure.
Generally two - one for my editor, and one for the browser or terminal (depending on what I'm working on)
I've been doing a lot of training and I'm wishing I had three - one for the lab manual or instructor window plus my usual two. I'm trying to get into the habit of keeping my laptop open on my desk, but looking down and to the left just feels too weird...
Very impressing. Now buy a modern computer with voice control and you can give the "On Screen!" command from your favorite armchair. If you feel more like a Klingone you may add the "All weapons at my disposal!" command to run Notepad.
«The Crux of the Biscuit is the Apostrophe»
Furthermore I consider that Donald Trump must be impeached as soon as possible
Three: left to right, the laptop shows machine performance and stores things I don't need at the moment as everything on it is too small for me to read anyway, the first 24" has my code on it, the second my testing environment.
...the majority is always wrong, and always the last to know about it...
A solution is nothing more than a clearly stated problem...