One hour of coding per day will get you nowhere IMO.
Joris Mans

I do audio notes for context of ‘where I left off’ to help the task switching to programming. Other people comment in the code where they left off to pick the project up fast, but it just makes my code look disparate for my own eyes, and sometimes I just can’t understand what I wrote when I try to keep the description short. So I do audio. Some people have the cognitive flexibility to do this hour-of-code challenge, some do not. That is not to say that *I* have that flexibility, such is why I make sure I know what I am doing before I do anything! Some people can task switch real quick and pop into deep focus, I see it at the office and totally envy it. I have to be in a quiet room to program, I don’t know how they just switch off from a call, sit down, and start *immediately* programming. Anyway, you can be surprised at how much you can get done in an hour, but thats just my opinion. I have done BEST work given more than an hour.

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