Build better software, faster. And spend less time on the boring stuff.

Productivity Bootcamp is a 4 part course, that helps you to get more done. Spend less time on the mundane. And more time doing what you love. Building software.
I used these tips to build software. Which grew a businesses value by £30M+ in 18 months. Even launched my own start-up.
Productivity Bootcamp By Phillip Hughes

Did you know, senior developers and team leads get interrupted once every 8 minutes. This means that during an 8-hour day. You lose 4 hours of valuable work time.

Here’s the problem you face: As you move up the corporate ladder, you’re time isn’t your own.

As soon as I got that promotion and became a senior dev. That was it, people wanted more of my time. 

And they wanted it, NOW!

One of the best things about working as a developer. Is the fact you get to do what you enjoy. What you’re good at. What you can spend hours doing. What you love to do.
Writing code and building amazing software.
But as soon as you prove how great you are. You’re fast-tracked and pushed up the “food chain”. At a cost.
You end up doing less coding. More time in meetings. Explaining to non-technical folk how things work. 
If I had a dollar for every time I did the product owner’s job for him? Well, I’d have our mortgage paid off at least.
What’s worse, is the software industry itself is taking time out of your day too.
Yes, the agile framework is great. And yes, it helps us ship software on what feels like a daily basis.
But it comes at a cost.
More meetings: Daily stand-ups, retro’s, 3 amigos, sign-offs, refinements. And it’s not even got to Wednesday yet.
It seems like you spend more time talking about building software than coding. Story mapping, release planning, and release reviews. Quarter roadmap reviews, engineering and C-suite updates. It’s never-ending.
Also my personal favourites. Well, the two phrases that make my pee boil. “Let’s take this offline afterwards”. And “have you got two minutes”.
Have you noticed? I’ve not even mentioned email chains. I bet you hate them as much as I do, don’t you?
I got fed up. So you know what? I decided to do something about it.
A decade ago I became obsessed with productivity and efficiency. And had got together loads of books and articles on the subject.
I started putting these principles into use to see if I could start reclaiming more of my time.
At the end of the day, I wanted to “get back on the tools” and code. Without the downside of having to turn down more money. Which is the whole point of working anyway, isn’t it? The money?
I’ve put together the best techniques and tips that I’ve found and implemented in my day to day. Into an easy-to-consume, 4-part online course. That helps other developers to cut distractions and interruptions. To keep focus and ship amazing quality code.

What You'll Learn Inside of the Course


Productivity techniques to help you get more focused. Get stuff done and increase your output.


How to remove distractions, manage email and incoming requests.


Learn about a timeless framework. To manage your projects, tasks and workload.


See where your time is being spent. So you can prove where time is being wasted when asked.

Part 1: Productivity Techniques

Productivity Techniques - Focus & get stuff done
Remove Distractions - Manage incoming stuff

Part 2: Removing Distractions

Part 3: Manage Your Workload

Manage Work - Tools to manage you to-dos
Reviewing Work - Tracking what you have worked on

Part 4: Reviewing Work

A Sneak Peek of Part of The Course

Frequently Asked Questions

Who, specifically, is this course for?

The Productivity Bootcamp is for senior developers, software team leads, and solution architects. Anyone who is in a senior technical role that deals with delivering software.
If you have important technical skills. but struggle with the amount of things you have to contend with. This course is for you.

Who should NOT buy this course?

If you’re at a junior level. Or work as a project manager, scrum master or product owner role. When your role is more about meetings and organising work than the implementation. This is not for you.
The course is focused on removing distractions and other interruptions. Allow builders to focus more, for longer on the deep work that is designing, building and testing software solutions.

What problems will The Productivity Bootcamp help me overcome?

No more being a slave to your email inbox. No more worrying about managing tasks and projects. No more staring at a blank computer screen, wondering what were you working on. This course and the systems in it will help you focus on doing what you love. Building software and getting out into production.

Does the course come with email or call support?

No, the course is designed to be self-guided and self-paced. With so many students students in my courses. And customers for my businesses. I cannot provide 1:1 support via email or calls.

How long is the course and what format is it in?

The Productivity Bootcamp is roughly two hours long and is a video course with some additional bonuses in both video format and downloadable templates.

How long will I have access to the course?

Forever. You will get lifetime access to the course and all it’s content. If you need to go back in 6, or 12 months time and go through any of the modules again you can.

Will there be changes to the course? Will I get access to the new content?

I haven’t any plans to update the course at the moment. But, if in future I update add any new content. You will have full access to any new or updated information at no extra cost.
I review the course content from time to time. As well as updating the bonuses. If I release any updates or new content. I will notify you via email.

What if I don't find the course useful? Can I get my money back?

Of course. I offer a 30-day, all-your-money-back guarantee.
If for any reason you change your mind or my strategies don’t work for you. Let me know and I’ll give you a full refund (in the next 30 days after buying).

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