Are remote workers more productive? That’s the wrong question.
Plenty of workers prefer flexibility, regardless of what the research says.
If you want to address tech debt, quantify it first
If you want the tech debt metaphor to really shine, get some numbers behind it.
Modern work requires attention. Constant alerts steal it
Attention—the time and freedom to focus—is your team’s most valuable resource.
How hardware and software can maximize your flow states
Keystrokes per minute is a terrible measure of productivity, but a keyboard can help you focus better to be productive.
Missed our Flow State conference? Catch up on all the sessions
An amazing group of experts gave talks on everything from developer productivity to the future of hybrid work and remote learning.
Two heads are better than one: What second brains say about how developers work
Do we work better when we outsource our memory to other tools?
Flow state at your fingertips: How keyboards impact developer productivity (Ep. 481)
Episode one of our four-part series sponsored by Logitech.
The four engineering metrics that will streamline your software delivery
Productive teams get product fixes and features out the door fast. Here's the metrics to check to see how your team is delivering.
Can developer productivity be measured?
Defining and measuring programmer productivity is one of the most difficult parts of an engineering manager or CTO’s job description. When everything you do is intangible, how should you measure it? Can it be measured at all?
Why Devs (Should) Like Estimates
The impetus to provide an estimate for development work most often comes from non-developer stakeholders in your organization. Learning to do it well can improve collaboration and coordination across departments, making everyone happier and more productive.