I've been working at my current job for nearly 3 years. I'm lucky to say I only put in 40 hours week. I'd say 30-35 hours of that is coding/researching production code. 5 hours for testing and 5 in emails/documentation. By the end of the day I just don't have the drive to code.
I'd like to expand my programming knowledge by learning things that I wouldn't come across at work, like ASP.NET, C#, or study design patterns more. I just can't find the time.
How much time do you spend out of the office coding? What's your typical code/test/paperwork ratio at your FT job? Outside of work, are you developing tools for various interests, working on open source, or do you code for pay?
This post has been edited by xnn: 10 January 2012 - 04:45 PM