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This article was published on August 29, 2012

    If you’d like to code to the sound of coding, check out Coding.fm

    If you’d like to code to the sound of coding, check out Coding.fm Image by: Liv Friis-larsen
    Robin Wauters
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    Robin Wauters

    Robin Wauters is the European Editor of The Next Web. He describes himself as a hopeless cyberflâneur, a lover of startups, his family a Robin Wauters is the European Editor of The Next Web. He describes himself as a hopeless cyberflâneur, a lover of startups, his family and Belgian beer. If you'd like to know more about Robin, head on over to robinwauters.com or follow him on Twitter.

    A few weeks ago, we pointed to a site called Raining.fm, a cloud-based rain streaming service. Because rain rocks.

    But if you’re not totally into the whole drizzle thing and would rather write or code to the sound of other people programming, you’ll dig Coding.fm.

    The site is pretty basic and lets you choose between 3 types of background coding noise: ‘Monday morning code’, ‘Hackaton coding’ and ‘Angry dev coding’ (which sounds a lot like the way I blog).

    Personally, I’d go crazy listening to it for longer than 5 seconds, but hey.

    Behind Coding.fm are the folks from Crossrider, which enables developers to rapidly build and deploy cross-browser extensions.

    They say they were inspired by Raining.fm.

    What’s next? Screaming.fm? Sneezing.fm? Bickering.fm?

    Coding.fm