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28 February 2007


Ed Vielmetti

The "dirty coffee cups" metric is actually a very good one - if it stays far away from zero for a long time, it's a sign that something is not working right.

I have established a routine that involves filling the dishwasher before leaving work every day - it takes all of a minute in a small office, but makes all the difference when coming in the next morning.

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