Jason Taylor and Adam Cogan discuss a great method for keeping focus and managing your time.
“Jason is a person to listen to. His clients often tell us at SSW how incredibly productive he is…” – Adam Cogan | SSW Chief Architect
1:18 – What is the Pomodoro technique?
3:09 – Why would you use it?
4:21 – How do you manage the breaks?
5:08 – Pomodoro Apps: KanbanFlow: https://kanbanflow.com/ Forest: https://www.forestapp.cc/
7:56 – Handling notifications and distractions
8:50 – Jason introduces Microsoft To Do
9:10 – Internal distractions vs External distractions
10:25 – Planning and Estimating
11:37 – Missing the serendipitous moments?
12:08 – Can you cancel a Pomodoro?
12:52 – How does it work long-term?
14:11 – Real life examples eg. preparing for exams
15:10 – Final thoughts
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About the speakers
Jason Taylor is a passionate developer, architect, trainer and mentor with 20 years of professional experience. He has worked with .NET since 2001, and currently specializes in developing enterprise applications utilizing .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, EF Core, Angular, Vue, and Azure. Jason is an expert on Clean Architecture with .NET Core, and has one of the most sought after GitHub repos containing an awesome template for using Clean Architecture. Jason loves a challenge and is skilled at progressing from a simple proposal into a well-defined, coded, and tested solution.
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