426: Backlogs, Issues vs Discussions vs Chatting, and Trying Not to Waste Your Shot

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Dave's gave a talk on backlogs, Chris has issues with Issues vs Discussions vs Chatting (and GIFs), and trying not to waste your time on ideas and projects when you have limited time to do them in.

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