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re: Not a software tool, but a notebook. Writing what you are going to code/design has saved me countless times. Some "easy" problems turned out to hav...
 

Even better, IMHO, is a whiteboard. It's so easy to throw ideas on a whiteboard, and then erase/rewrite over several iterations. When you're done, just snap a pic to archive it.

 

I like paper beacause I can carry it arround and keep working on it but when I can I use a whiteboard. What I like about the whiteboard is that you can literally step back and have an overview which can help when you're stuck.

I use both paper and whiteboards, for those separate purposes as well.

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