New Subscriber Playlist: “Songs for Coding”

Subscribers can listen to two hours of some of my favorite songs for slinging HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
Massive monitor setup
This isn’t my desktop set-up, but I kind of wish it was (Seyed Sina Fazeli, Public Domain)

Music is absolutely essential for my productivity as a web developer. The right album or song can get me through even the nastiest bug or thorniest CSS issue, help me stay cool when dealing with yet another browser inconsistency (I’m looking in your general direction, IE), or inspire me to try some new approach to a webpage layout that I might not have considered otherwise.

My latest subscriber playlist, “Songs for Coding,” collects nearly two hours of some of my favorite songs to listen to while neck-deep in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Accompanying the playlist is the latest episode of my “Playlist Breakdown” podcast, in which I spotlight one of the playlist’s songs and why it’s so special and meaningful. In this episode, I talk about “Sunset,” which appears on DeepChord Presents Echospace’s ambient dub masterpiece, 2007’s The Coldest Season.

Both of these are little bonuses for subscribers who support Opus financially. If you’d like to get access to them (and more), subscribe to Opus for $5/month or $50/year. (Also, if you just want to check it out, you can subscribe for free and get weekend reading recommendations.)


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