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bio website cs-worker.com
location Kirkland, WA
age 29
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seen Dec 31 '13 at 2:03

I'm a web-applications developer with 5+ years of professional experience in the Java stack, and 6 months in Python.

My interests include Functional Programming, Scala, Clojure and Lisp.


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May
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comment How to organize my gaming time?
+1 for timeboxing
May
4
answered Is there evidence for the impact of Web Apps on productivity?
May
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awarded  Organizer
May
1
answered What techniques can I use to remember to do simple things that are context sensitive?
May
1
comment How do I get my motivation going?
+1 Breaking up into small pieces. In GTD, David Allen writes about breaking up tasks into "widgets": basically the smallest sub-task possible. That first sub-task is usually incredibly small and easy ("Open up Word", "Pick up phone"), and that will get you started.
May
1
comment What is a good way to begin your work day?
If that's the case, you can set that as your "treat" for the end of the day. That might motivate you to start your day
Apr
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answered What is a good way to begin your work day?
Apr
23
revised Equipment for computer-printing, into a notebook
added 2 characters in body
Apr
23
answered Equipment for computer-printing, into a notebook
Apr
17
revised How do I get out of overcommitment?
Added info about saying no.
Apr
13
comment How to stop your rss feeds becoming a mess/information overload?
In G-Reader, I like to click on the item and then use the keyboard shortcut "j" and "k" (next and previous)
Apr
11
answered How do I get out of overcommitment?
Apr
11
comment How do I get out of overcommitment?
What are the reasons for you over-committing?
Apr
9
answered How to handle interruptions in developer work without losing concentration?