Touch type is one of the most important skill in today’s world both professionally & personally. It is a skill which can be learned when we are young, but it’s never too late to learn new things in life. It is a sure thing which can prove helpful in long run and definitely save a… Continue reading What’s the most efficient way to learn touch type?
Staring at a computer screen all day long sure puts a strain on your eyes. Sitting in front of computer for so long is not only strenuous for our eyes but may also cause headaches and muscle tensions. We all know that we need to relax our eyes while working on the computer but we… Continue reading Refreshing Eyes Exercises at Computer
Here’s some interesting facts about QWERTY and Typewriter, not just our standard QWERTY keyboard, but we also look at some of the other types out there. The Typewriter and computers today use the same key layout. Most modern keyboards use the “qwerty” layout. This name comes from the first five letters on the top row.… Continue reading Fun Facts about QWERTY and Typewriter
Typing skills is advantage, as technology becomes more commonplace in the workforce, therefore most jobs require at least the most basic typing skills. In fact, many employers are requiring candidates to be able to type at least a minimum of 35 wpm just for the sake of productivity. Source: What jobs that require typing skills?… Continue reading What jobs that require typing skills?
To be fast typist isn’t necessary, but it wouldn’t hurt to be able to type “naturally” using all your fingers, without needing to hunt and peck, as needing to find characters on the keyboard can be distracting and may interrupt your train of thoughts. (Programming is all about thinking logic and how to translate you thought… Continue reading Do programmers required to be fast typist?
I’ve been researched a lot through forums, websites about wpm. And I heard a lot of people want to reach to 100 (wpm), or from 100 (wpm) to 150 (wpm). But what is words per minute anyway? Is that factor really measures your typing speed as we often thought? The Fact about WPM Most people often… Continue reading Is that true wpm measures the speed of typing?
A keyswitch is tactile if it has a bump in its response to finger pressure at or near the engagement point where the keypress registers and before the key bottoms out at the end of its travel. A keyboard is tactile if it is made with tactile keyswitches. Terms Travel: The trajectory of a keyswitch from the top (when… Continue reading Keyswitch in Mechanical Keyboard Guide