"Experts" always claim that you should focus your efforts on an extremely small niche. I pivoted my project, but kept most of the functionality to attempt to solve one of the most frustrating parts of google design sprints -- the post it note exercises.
This week I worked on skilling up my Firebase and Firestore knowledge and pairing it with React. The project is coming together quite nicely and I hope to have a beta opened to the public in the next couple of weeks.
The first week of working on TrailGuide.io -- a tool that brings together documentation within organizations and allows managers and employees to better performance goals with each other.
Building a tool that solves your own problems is great -- but what if you could build something that would help a wider audience? That's what I'm hoping to do with my next product -- Trailguide.io
Nearing the end of another two week sprint and I've launched another website! I was proud that I was able to figure out all of the devops stuff during my last deployment and this one was a breeze!
After leaving my full time position at U.S. Bank I have shipped two products. Getting back into a weekly shipping schedule has done wonders for my mental health.
After a week of working on HealthEducation.io and struggling to find interviewees due to a lack of domain authority, I decide to pivot the original idea so that I can keep cruising forward without relying on others.
In Agile one of the most important questions is "How long are my sprints?". Consistent sprints allow for your team to build weekly rituals that allow them to solve problems while facing consistent constraints. This post explains what my rituals are.
I spend two weeks learning and building a Server Side Rendered ReactJS + Headless Wordpress together to create a blazing fast website that frequently gets 100's in performance, accessibility and SEO when measured against the Lighthouse audit tool.
...of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small unregarded yellow sun. Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-two million miles is an utterly insignificant little blue green planet whose ape-descended life forms are so amazingly primitive that they still think digital watches are a pretty neat idea.