Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Nothing to do, so what will I accomplish?

There are two and a half weeks before my last fall semester starts and I have very little to do. I have a few things on my calendar, but generally it is empty. So, what I am going to do with all of this free time? Simple, write lots and lots of code. Actually, my plan is to work on several projects while I still have the time. It just happens to be that most of these projects involve me writing code.


The main projects that I will be working on include creating DPX Answers for DyKnow Panel Extractor, creating the foundation for AMPTed App, fixing bugs and making small improvements to OpenNoteSecure, and implementing the NAESC Conference registration website. These are high level items on my to-do-list. I plan on making a low level to-do-list that will help me get my ideas organized.

It is a rare for me to have this much free time, so I plan on putting myself to work and making some major progress. I've already managed to code quite a bit, including some major improvements to other projects that are not on the above list. I just need to find a nice quiet place to sit down and start working and not move until I have a plan of action.

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