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I currently have 4 projects under development. All of them related to the same product (hardware) but different after all (desktop, android and web environments).
That product, the hardware, is constantly changing, improving and thus all related software so there is no real "ending".
How should I manage time? Should I spend a few days on each project or try to dedicate time to all of them each day/week/month?
Do you have experience in this kind of situation? When do you make more mistakes: after spending a few hours on X language (and switching to Y) or after some days? Any other drawback to consider based on your experience?
EDIT: flagged as duplicate. I don't think we are asking the same question. @Lacrymology's one focuses on tools/methods to keep track of what you were doing a week ago in certain project. But my question is not about that:
- Should I spend a few days on each project or try to dedicate time to all of them each day/week/month?
- Should I minimize this chip switching?
- When do you make more mistakes [..]?
- Any other drawback to consider based on your experience?