Context-Switching and Why Developers Are So Allergic to Itby@zevireinitz
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Context-Switching and Why Developers Are So Allergic to It

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Nearly 50% of developers are actively struggling with this problem in their current workflows. Getting interrupted in the middle of a task is an absolute productivity killer. This is not just a theoretical problem, but it's a fundamental issue for all dev teams and businesses to confront head-on. In order to have any chance of addressing this problem, we need to better understand what is causing it in the first place. We need to borrow the “maker vs. manager’s schedule” framework made popular by Paul Graham.

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