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.
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.
Taking photos is wonderful. Taking MANY photos even more. Not knowing where they disappeared or, god forbid, losing them defintively, is awful.
In this article I want to describe my own workflow for digital photography. Don't expect to find the perfect guide to digital assets management, because it simply doesn't exist. I've just found that this method works for me and, with a little luck, could work for you, too.