I like seeing what people call the root folder in which they store their source code. This is the folder where all — or a lot of — your projects are stored. In my case, my programming projects go in a folder called
src. (Although I have a strange habit of nesting personal projects that are related to each other. I believe my source code files are in need of a spring clean.)
That long parenthetical notwithstanding, I find the name
src cool. It’s a short way of saying source code; apt, simple, easy to type. Furthermore,
src is different to the names of the other folders in my root directory, which makes autocomplete a breeze when I’m tying in my terminal to navigate to a source code folder.
A common example I have seen is
Code, or variants thereof. I’m curious: if you code, what do you call the root folder in which you store your source code?