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Monday, September 21, 2015

Twitter's Tips for Making Software Engineers More Efficient - IEEE Spectrum

Amen!!!!!!!!  (sez me, who has been dealing with FrameMaker and Parallels crashing many times a day.)



Twitter's Tips for Making Software Engineers More Efficient - IEEE Spectrum: "Reducing the number of times tools break—even if each incident just causes an interruption of a minute or two—can bring about huge productivity improvements. Seibel explains that each interruption takes an engineer out of “flow,” and studies show that it typically takes 15 minutes to enter a flow state. "



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