Recipe for decision making

So today somebody asked in my hangout message the following question:
Here goes my answer…

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Conquering context switching…

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So today some of my junior friend posted this on Facebook. “Ho do you avoid (or conquer) context switching overhead?”

To give you the context of the scenario here the guy who posted this question is a PHD researcher in Computer Science Virginia Tech University in USA. If you are working in computer science related field, it is very common that you have so many projects to handle together and obviously you have to switch between multiple projects in a single day.

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Learning…(not refined)

I have this self made moto for my life
“If you learn how to learn you can learn anything”
I have this very close friend of mine who asked me about the insight of this moto. Also if I am able to tell him how to have this general learning rule….
From my current position I feel I don’t know how to learn that much efficiently, but I always feel that learning process can be generalized in some way or… may be… it can be put in some patterns most of the cases(of course there will be exceptions). So I had meeting with my employees/team members at UBITRIX. I asked them about how they learn and if we can find some common patters. Here is the outcome of our discussion.

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