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2020 State of the Octoverse: Finding Balance Between Work and Play

by   Nicole Forsgren, et al.

Over the past year, many developers and other technology professionals have transitioned to a remote-first world, as COVID-19 pressed organizations to support working from home whenever possible. This shift quickly changed the routines and environments where we work and learn, redrawing the lines between personal and professional lives. How does this affect the ways we develop and deliver software, both at work and in our open source projects?


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