Summer of fun

If I maintain the same development pace as the last eight weeks, I’m due to have a “Summer of fun”.

I’m two weeks away, one development iteration from a point in which I’ll be comfortable letting the Costs to Expect API and website run throughout the summer untouched.

They won’t be untouched; both the website and API are under active development; I’ll focus my energy on building the service, not the public website.

Dependant on your experience, as a developer, you don’t typically get to spend too much time working on new projects solving problems entirely new to you. Mid-way through July, that is me, I’m planning on locking myself in my office and getting down and dirty with my IDE, whiteboard, pen and paper.

My wife and children have told me that they have a very different idea on what a “Summer of fun” is; I’m guessing it is far less coding than my plan.