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WHATS YOUR TYPE?


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What do you use your keyboard for?

Evan - I write a lot of code, both professionally and for fun. My most used languages currently are Javascript and Python.  In addition to writing code, I do a moderate amount of CAD and PCB design work. My tools of choice are Fusion 360 and Kicad. For leisure, I enjoy a couple rounds of wingman on Counter Strike: Global Offensive. This is the layout I use daily to accomplish all of those tasks.

What functions have you found yourself needing more than you thought?

Layer 3 number row shifted below WASD for Counter Strike :)

Numbers in a numpad formation versus across the top row. I grew to prefer the numpad orientation as it allowed me to type in long number strings without alternating between hands.


 

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What do you use your keyboard for?

Steven - I do a lot of creative work. My keyboard is set up in a way that suits the way I work and feels comfortable to me. I use Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects, C4D, Fusion, and Keyshot on a daily basis.

What functions have you found yourself needing more than you thought?

I tried to base it off of a standard layout so that I could still use a bunch of shortcuts that I have muscle memory for. I kept my split space as a space bar on both sides because I type with my right bar, and work with my left. For my workflow, ctrl, alt, and shift on the left are pretty important. That and a few other keys I rearranged and memorized.