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The Pomodoro Technique Summary

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I’ve decided to give Pomodoro technique a try. This is a fairly simple time-management system where one is supposed to work in chunks of 25 minutes without interruptions with 3-5 minutes breaks between each chunk. And there are longer 15-30 minutes breaks every 4 chunks. That’s basically it but there are many more details which I’ve summarized in the Wiki.

Some more good news! “Jenkins: The Definitive Guide” published by O’Reilly Media now contains my contribution dedicated to "maven-jenkins-plugin" in chapter 10, “Generating Your Maven Build Jobs Automatically”. I would like to thank John Ferguson Smart for letting me provide this contribution!

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