This session will try to explain psychological basics how brain deals with a task switching and provide tips in a form of agile practices, that might help managers and teams to deal with it.
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Agile multitasking and context switching
Greg Gigon is a software developer. Being a consultant in a past years have taught him to work in different roles. Weather it is a tester, analyst or a build monkey, it is always about bringing value to the project.