re: Are interruptions really worse for programmers than for other knowledge workers? VIEW POST

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I think that at some point you make a good point, because truly the interruption comes at a high cost when you are processing a lot of information that is "on the air", like the cartoon clearly shows.
The fact is, is it avoidable in all cases? Maybe.
Some idea I have never got to expand is that it would be good to have a solid "problem analysis" tool that allow you to keep track of the ideas, relations and assumptions you make when you are thinking about a complex problem.
Something like a mind reader and clarificator software!

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