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Jun
29
comment What approach is good? First getting job done then improve or the other?
+1, Thanks for the answer. specifically for the programming related topics. But I wanted a more general answer, which can be applied to most of the area. May it was my fault to not clear the things in first place. though I have edited the question.
Jun
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revised What approach is good? First getting job done then improve or the other?
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awarded  Editor
Jun
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revised What approach is good? First getting job done then improve or the other?
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Jun
29
comment What approach is good? First getting job done then improve or the other?
Thanks for the answer. I have programming experience before. In that case, what will be the best options. I'll update my question to include this thing
Jun
29
asked What approach is good? First getting job done then improve or the other?
Jun
27
comment What methods exist to keep yourself motivated when working alone?
Thanks for this very important question. It is also a question of mine for a very long time. Sorry, I can't give you more than +1
Jun
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
25
accepted Which is more productive: doing lots of work in parallel or one by one?
Jun
25
comment Which is more productive: doing lots of work in parallel or one by one?
@dwwilson66 I feel some confusion about what to select as my answer. That is why I remained it as open and want to see what other members like
Jun
22
awarded  Student
Jun
22
comment Which is more productive: doing lots of work in parallel or one by one?
@Hauser why? I am asking whether the multitasking is useful or not. Is that a duplicate?
Jun
22
comment Which is more productive: doing lots of work in parallel or one by one?
Your quoted lines I became more focused. and My actions felt purposeful; my decisions, deliberate. Surprisingly, my productivity didn’t suffer are the ones, what I was wanted to hear. Very glad, thanks
Jun
22
comment Which is more productive: doing lots of work in parallel or one by one?
+1 for your answer. This line I understand my thinking enough to realize that I'm less productive doing Task A while thinking about Task B than if I took a break from Task A to do something with Task B particularly may help me. Thanks
Jun
21
asked Which is more productive: doing lots of work in parallel or one by one?
Jun
21
awarded  Supporter