Healthy habits in software engineering
This survey elicits experiences, thoughts and opinions of software engineers on health & wellness practices.
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What is your habit, routine, or practice to ensure your overall health & wellness and/or to counteract stress or a high workload? Could you describe a bit more what you do for it? How long have you been doing it? How often do you do it? Consider physical, mental, and emotional health.
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How did you learn this, e.g. did you attend a training, read a book, try with a friend, or develop it yourself? What were the hurdles when you first started?
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What are your perceived benefits from that habit or practice in your work? And in your private life?
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Would you consider it relevant to offer trainings for such habits or practices at work? Why, or why not? And if yes, are there any specific types you would want? For example, a training course, or a regular continued practice group?
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Statistics please :) Country, age, occupation?
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