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Tips for staying organized with many overlapping projects/products?
Hello fellow embedded developers,
I come to you today seeking some friendly help with a dilemma: I feel that my company's product timeline is overloading my brain with overlapping projects. However, I have never worked for a "big" company like this before, only smaller ones with fewer products, so I am not sure how normal this is. I apologize for not naming names but I'd like to stay incognito here (I also know at least one of my coworkers reads this sub, lol.)
Example: we (team of ~10 fw engineers) work on a subset of about a dozen products. The ship dates of these products are spread out from future (4-5 yrs out, lots of greenfield development) to immediately (shipping in a few months) to past (support and fixes for products launched already). Much of our codebase is shared between them, but quite a bit is also unique.
Basically, in any given week issues will come up with at least two or three of these products and I am finding it hard to "context switch" my brain between solving the problems without totally losing my direction and momentum on the thing that doesn't have my immediate attention. I am also finding it tough to set aside adequate time to make good design plans for future products due to the grind of shipping and supporting the first wave of current ones. And of course, now that we are in the middle of a global pandemic all of this is even more difficult as our offices are closed and we are still expected to work as usual.
I'm a junior engineer, I don't have many years of experience, and I would really like to develop good habits now so I can be more successful in the future.
TL;DR: What kinds of personal organization do you all use?
Copious and detailed notes? Daily and weekly planners (or something like agile style?) to block out time to deep dive on a single project? Set aside days/weeks at a time to work on greenfield product design or do it piecemeal over shorter periods? Ignore people's emails that are about things you aren't currently focused on? Lol.
Thanks in advance for any insight, and I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. Also if this isn't "on topic" since it's more generic employment question, let me know!
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