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In a perfect world, a developer focuses on one task and doesn’t have to switch contexts too often.
But we have to be flexible, fill out other responsibilities, take part in meetings and find some time for self-development. Fortunately, there are many different tools, techniques, and approaches that help to organize work and improve our productivity.
We’re sharing some of our favorites in this edition of Codestories. Give these apps a try and use them as your favorite tools that keep you on track!
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💡 Get inspired
A powerful to do app that is useful for work and personal tasks.
Gamify what you need to get done with this clever app.
This is a comprehensive app that integrates all aspects of productivity, project management and more.
⚙ Tips & tricks
Give this app a try to streamline software development projects and bug tracking.
See why so many love this ‘get things done’ app.
This fast-growing app has become an essential, all-in-one tool for workplace and personal productivity.
🎙️Quote of the week
“Trust is connected to loyalty. I think when you trust someone, you gain their loyalty. When you have someone's loyalty, they have a sort of in-built responsibility and care for the environment that they’re in”.
Sara Brooks, VP of Sales, PLEO, in Netguru Disruption Talks.
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