Export Tasks from Nirvana to Zenkit - Part 2

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Articles in this series Part 1 Part 2 (this article) In the first part of this series I showed you how to export data from from Nirvana, process it, then import as “raw” CSV files into Zenkit. In this second part we will see how to use advanced Zenkit features such as field conversion and views. Motivation In the first part we imported our projects and task as raw CSV data:

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Export Tasks from Nirvana to Zenkit - Part 1

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Articles in this series Part 1 (this article) Part 2 I am quite a fan of GTD - Getting Things Done® methodology, and productivity tools in general. Over the last few years I’ve tried different workflows, applications, even #BuJo - Bullet Journal to stay organized and do things. In this article I will show you how to move your tasks and projects from Nirvana to Zenkit.

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Keep A Markdown Journal To Get Your Projects Done

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Software development is hard. Organizations, small and large, can be very inefficient sometimes: people waste their energy on endless meetings, vague specification documents, pointless “reply-to-all” emails. Working as a freelancer in such environments is perhaps even worse, as you’re supposed to be the hyper-efficient 10x developer unicorn that can make any problem magically disappear. In this article we will see how, with a couple of simple tools, we can reduce noise, improve efficiency and guarantee better accountability.

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Gestione del tempo: la tecnica del… pomodoro

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Oggi voglio parlarvi di una tecnica di gestione del tempo che reputo semplice, efficace, adattabile allo stile lavorativo di molte persone. Il suo nome, la Tecnica del Pomodoro (Pomodoro Technique®), sembra uno scherzo ma è solo un modo simpatico per spiegare come è nata e il suo funzionamento. In cosa consiste Senza entrare nei particolari, riassumo qui i cinque passi che compongono la tecnica (fonte: sito ufficiale): Scegli il task da completare; Imposta il Pomodoro a 25 minuti (Il Pomodoro è il timer); Lavora sul task senza distrazioni o interruzioni fino a che il Pomodoro non suona, dopo metti una spunta nel tuo foglio della To Do List; Prenditi un piccolo break di 5 minuti; Ogni 4 pomodori prenditi una pausa più lunga.

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