With the recent release of Individual Task Observability, we’re celebrating with a Task focussed challenge!
This new feature provides a level of visibility and insight into individual tasks that were previously unavailable and presents both opportunities and potential obstacles for those seeking to optimize their workflow. As people begin to explore the benefits and limitations of Individual Task Observability, they will need to navigate this new terrain with care and creativity, in order to maximize their productivity and achieve their goals. In this context, it is worth exploring the implications of this new feature, and considering strategies for using it effectively in various contexts and settings.
What we want you to create is built as a puzzle, meant to give you some constraints.
Create tasks representing 3 kids : Joan, Maggy and Jason.
Joan gets out of bed every 3 minutes and stays up for 2 minute
Maggy gets out of bed every 5 minutes and stays up for 1 minute
Jason gets out of bed every 13 minutes and stays up for 1 minute
Create a table called kids_out_of_bed with a column for :
The default is that all the kids columns should be FALSE
Create a Task structure to keep track of when kids get out of bed. For the minutes that a kid is out of bed , change the minute value to TRUE.
The child task should keep running while the kids are awake
The important constraint here however that we’re not just using a calculation but actual timestamps!
Example : Joan starts at 01.00 , the task runs, and notes that on 01.03 01.04 , she was awake. So we’re changing those values to TRUE.
If dad_task notices that all the kids are out of bed (which he checks every second), he freaks out , gets mad and everything stops. Make sure to include this in your tasks!
What is your end time for this task tree? Let us know!