45 mins


Developers are seasoned pros when it comes to juggling different projects. But there is a difference between multitasking, and jumping between unexpected interruptions - also known as context switching.

Context switching comes in many forms. Whether it’s pausing a code review to help fix an outage, or stopping coding to join an unproductive meeting, when changes in mental focus become too frequent and abrupt, it can lead to decreased productivity and burnout.

In this panel, we’ll dig into why unmanaged context switching is detrimental, and ways you can help developers handle interruptions, and reach (and maintain) a state of focus and flow.

Register to learn:

  • The main causes of context switching
  • The cost of context switching on developer wellbeing and productivity
  • Strategies like time batching and incident response processes to reduce the impact of interruptions