Estimating the time a project takes is no easy task. In fact, it took me years to learn the Pi rule: multiply your rough estimate by 3.14 and there’s your best bet at a close estimate. Even so, I’m still equally surprised at the amount of time, some projects take.
This is a resume of the current state of things at Noscope.
Despite hard work, and some great improvements on my local test server, I’m just not satisfied yet. It’ll be a while still, before anything goes online.
By the way, can anyone tell me how to setup a development SQL database on a local IIS Personal Web Server?
Shuttle & Other Projects
Not long ago, I was invited to help design a new backend for WordPress, dubbed Shuttle. While the latest developments on that front look great, I simply haven’t had the time it deserves. I hope this will change sooner, rather than later.
The same accounts for some of my other personal projects, one of which I teased would be a secret soon to be revealed. It’s still secret, but it might take a while longer before it is revealed.
Beside that, I have several other things I want to do. Some will have to be postponed, some will have to wait indefinitely.
Some of the Plans
Here’s an incomplete list of some of the things I’ve had to postpone. Rest assured that they are being thought about, planned, developed or written. This list is in no particular order:
- A Noscope redesign
- Review of Kent’s new album
- Fix my damn photography section
- Noscope April installment, which might be 1920′s movie posters, nuclear fallout protection posters, mars themed, or simply 5 music-led paintings/drawings
- An article about the politics of behaviourism, and why nucular is not a word