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Jeanne is an active moderator at JavaRanch where you can see her full bio.. She also blogs about programming


Mar
15
comment Finding possible meeting dates between parties via intersecting calendar files
Email tools like Lotus Notes do this at companies. What format is the calendar in for the people you are asking about?
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Working on too many ideas?
Mar
7
comment Doing a lot of things in one day— good or bad?
This is too vague to be considered a good answer. Could you edit your answer to elaborate? Maybe add an example of why doing a lot of things isn't good?
Mar
6
answered Is there a positive correlation between coming to work early and productivity?
Mar
2
answered Consistent errors in math and programming
Mar
2
answered How to better switch gears between tasks?
Mar
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Consistent errors in math and programming
Feb
28
answered How safe and future-lasting is my personal life on the cloud?
Feb
24
reviewed Reviewed Trying to achieve inbox zero in Gmail
Feb
24
answered While learning any new programming language, is it a myth to use a basic text editor instead of an IDE to learn concepts?
Feb
23
awarded  Custodian
Feb
23
reviewed Leave Open Tools to represent skills in a graphical way with rating
Feb
23
reviewed Reviewed How do I maintain consistency when learning a new skill?
Feb
23
reviewed Reviewed Is there a system/method incorporating bookmarks, citations/references, and a document editor (e.g., Google Docs/Drive) with a revision history?
Feb
23
reviewed Reviewed How do I maintain consistency when learning a new skill?
Feb
11
answered When do you update and study other material?
Feb
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Struggling in coding
Jan
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to stop worrying on petty issues?
Jan
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Tips for bi-tasking?
Jan
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Fixing 'reverse-tiredness'?