I read The Daily Stoic book by Ryan Holiday around a year ago. It changed my perception of…
From Lessons on Leading by Jessica Steel : Leaders recognize that we should feel 60%…
Synchronizing tasks, notes, calendars, etc. between desktop and mobile turned out to be a distraction rather than helping me, so I moved again to OrgMode. Here’s why.
Semi-regularly, I’ve been doing something I called “Paper Therapy.” The idea was simple: “Write on…
I was struggling with focus in the past week, and I needed a refresher of the basics. So I was looking for reading a new book that I haven’t read before, and luckily there was a free one – the Focus Manifesto by Leo Babauta of ZenHabits.com fame
I talked about Productivity, GTD, and Pomodoro at Barcamp Bangalore 10. It was a fun interactive session which is always the best feature of a Barcamp audience.
The Passionate Programmer book by Chad Fowler is a must-read career book for every software developer. In this article, I show why.
How I switched from simple time tracking to using the Pomodoro technique by reading this excellent book.
I find it surprising on how little time coders spend on their development environment (the “dev env”). A good dev env is necessary for any coder because we do searching, refactoring, editing and updating of code more than just appending new code.
I recently read the book The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande. It is about how the simple idea of checklists transformed the medical, aeronautical and architecture industries. And it could change yours too.