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bio website fionatg.com
location Leicestershire, United Kingdom
age 27
visits member for 3 years, 3 months
seen Sep 22 at 12:57

I'm an ASP.NET web developer that blogs about code, agile software development and tech news.

www.fionatg.com


Jul
18
comment Task management software to organize tasks visually… how would I find it?
Yes, the question made me immediately think of Trello.
Apr
9
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
3
awarded  Custodian
Apr
3
reviewed Needs Improvement How does the “Two-Tab” rule work in boosting productivity online?
Apr
3
reviewed Needs Improvement How many next actions to make a note of in a project in GTD?
Apr
3
reviewed Needs Improvement Learning to be organized — how?
Apr
3
reviewed Needs Improvement Does using a task bar on each monitor showing only the windows that are located on that monitor improves computer productivity?
Apr
3
reviewed Needs Improvement How to create a weekly nutrition schedule?
Apr
3
reviewed Satisfactory Version control system for projects involving mixed content
Apr
3
reviewed Needs Improvement A better approach to studying?
Apr
3
comment How to become productive on the weekends?
+1 for "a great way to kickstart a productive streak is to check something easy off the list" - so true
Jan
27
awarded  Scholar
Jan
27
accepted How do I motivate myself to work on my projects when achieving average levels of success?
Jan
27
comment How do I motivate myself to work on my projects when achieving average levels of success?
Thanks, I will definitely try doing one little thing a day for the project, it will help keep up the momentum and hopefully will help overall :)
Jan
26
awarded  Student
Jan
23
comment How do I motivate myself to work on my projects when achieving average levels of success?
Thanks, I think there is definitely some truth in point 1 for me but point 2 really resonated with me. I am doing those projects because they make me happy, that is why I have chosen to do them. I will try to remember that in the future :)
Jan
23
comment How do I motivate myself to work on my projects when achieving average levels of success?
Thanks for your answer. It's interesting and I know what you mean but I think I know for some of the projects that the success is only average because I'm putting in the minimum effort to keep them ticking over. Maybe if I tried really hard one of them will be a winner?
Jan
22
asked How do I motivate myself to work on my projects when achieving average levels of success?
Jan
7
comment Switching environments for work and play
This is a good list of suggestions. I have two different Windows accounts at home for this reason
May
2
awarded  Autobiographer