Wednesday 3rd October, 2012
10:20am to 11:10am
Small talks of 15 minutes each.
Prioritization and how to make sure that you work on the most important thing each day
Profiling applications with New Relic
Changing your habits and environment to get more professional productivity
Those of us who struggle with complex problems for a living, unfortunately, don't have time to keep up with the enormous amount of research in cognitive science that would help us be better thinkers. Linda Rising will share one small but important bit of advice that she has uncovered--the power of movement. Some of what she will say will be surprising, even counterintuitive. Linda will report on the research and provide some tips for better thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making.
Software Enthusiast and Collaborator at Cisco, Member of Program Advisory Board
agile 70-year-old world traveler, interested in patterns and change and retrospectives and how the brain works bio from Twitter
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