However, programming on the beach, public transport, restaurants and even a theme park appear pretty normal alongside the place where I wrote Koch Curve for the Sinclair Spectrum.
One October night 14 years ago I took shelter from the wind and rain in Victoria Cave. After setting up for the night and studying the map, I eventually tried to code an idea I'd had a few days earlier.
Working by candlelight on scraps of paper I programmed, optimized and hand assembled Koch Curve for the Speccy's Z80. Perhaps the surroundings explain the strange names I used for labels!
What's the strangest place you've written a program? I'd love to know.