Truetype fonts are great; they are even greater if they are free.

Finding a random, funky looking font is very easy nowadays, but finding a font that is well suited for programmers needs is still very difficult. The characters need to be simple, you need to be able to differentiate i and L easily, etc.

Keith Devens decided to fight back and created a list of programmer’s fonts on his web site:

http://keithdevens.com/wiki/ProgrammerFonts

Related posts:

  1. On artsy fonts
  2. On fonts
  3. Compiling FontBucket with PODS Part 3
  4. Maths for programmers
  5. On nonstandard UI’s

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