Developers are always seeking "the flow" because they know interruptions are focus killers. Most developers we know want to come into work and build cool stuff with clean code. What don't they want to spend time on? Manually synchronizing a forked repository, or playing tug-of-war with IT over permissions to access server logs. Getting side-tracked with things like this means less time coding, and less time coding means frustrated developers. One way to reduce interruptions is to automate repetitive

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