We know that Lifehacker's readership is pretty tech-minded, and that a lot of you either work as programmers in your day job or mess around with code when you get home. But just how important is coding as a skill to you?
One of Lifehacker's core ideas is that the approach used for programming -- systematic, curious, and realising that there's often more than one solution -- works pretty well in running the rest of your life. So naturally we're curious just how involved our readers are in actual programming, either for their day job or as a serious hobby. So a poll seems in order:
Feel free to expand upon your coding clout or the role programming plays in your life in the comments.