Under appreciated facts:
* Context switching is very expensive for computers. It causes them to synchronize their CPU caches to main memory
* Context switching is very expensive for humans. It causes them to empty their mental cache
@codesections Very much this :) I'm a very serial person, when I switch tasks, none of them work out well :p I kind of have the feeling my mind is JIT compiled, and it has to warm up before it's running smoothly :p
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