Development Notes #5 Getting organized a bit more for execution

Over the three weeks there’s been a lot of questions on my mind on how to execute and do the presentation on some things. These things, they take time, because first impression is at best one of the first thing I have to focus on.

If there’s one thing I could say is very taxing is the user experience. The first impressions, the never-ending testing of things and the sheer insecurity and impostor syndrome that develops along this journey. I want my project to be successful, like anybody else. Sometimes it drives you a bit crazy on I hope I hope that it’s a hit around the world because who doesn’t want to slack off a little bit and get some vacation. Of course, technically speaking we can’t…. really do much about vacation with the COVID-19.

Truth is, developing a product is itself a gamble. No matter how much you study you can’t quite penetrate the market as you would hope because either the presentation is done poorly or the execution of the project is done poorly.

Documentation and presentation are keys that I have identified. I need to prepare a lot of documentation or a modest amount of documentation for the people to develop software.

I honestly don’t know how things are gonna go. But, we’ll see in the future. For now I’m just continuing working on this and hoping for the best.

Today I was able to finalize the environment for development on my new laptop. This wasn’t really a slow thing to do but bringing my laptop up to date and preparing everything did take a while… or most of my evening.

Now that everything is ready I think I can finally proceed on what to do next. There’s been a lot of things that I’ve been setting up in the background… working slowly through the items.

In a weird sense… I did complete a major portion of it. Now I’m just making sure that the following items are represented well enough.

Now, I know I haven’t said what I’m working on. It’s too abstract to understand at the moment but eventually I’ll be able to talk more about it.

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