I was reading a book "how to think like Sherlock Holmes". I have read few pages only and found that how we can easily remember things and situations by observing them. Can we use the same method or ...
I think as a developer thinking on your feet is an essential skill, but it seems some people in our industry are a lot better at it than others. Experience in an area/technology obviously helps. I ...
For example, an e-mail comes in and you have that biological urge to respond immediately or work on the problem immediately. In addition, we don't want to come off talking our sweet time, so we ...
I'm looking for a device I'm not sure if it easists. I'd like a hardware button that I can press occasionally. I'd like to later be able to plug it into - say, a USB port and get a list of ...
What is your favorite productivity quote? This is community wiki, so please one quote per answer.
Dopamine is the substance your brain makes when you are glued to the television or facebook. It's the stuff that makes you 'want' something. Is it possible to use reverse-psychology and use tricks to ...
I'm currently watching a video tutorial (http://vimeo.com/groups/29150/videos/8137747, as it happens) and it would be quite handy to be able to speed up and slow down the pace according to how well ...
I'm considering a standing desk. Are there any generally accepted trade-off that might occur when working at a standing desk?
The question may seem strange but the motivation behind it is Joel Spolsky's article Hitting the High Notes: http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/HighNotes.html I've been reading about programmer ...