This is why you don’t make long term plans, kids. They never work out.
So a few weeks ago I started a blog series on a game that I am making. Then I got derailed by the brief fling with algorithms. I had hoped to get my focus back on completing this game. I haven’t published an app out on the store yet and I really wanted to write a program on my own all the way through to being shipped.
Sadly, this is going to stay on the back burner for a while longer.
I have a new project I am working on that I will announce soon that will be absorbing most of my time and attention.
I don’t like to abandon the blog (and now the podcast) when I have a project I am working on. The last year has been rather sparse during times I have been consumed with projects and I don’t want to do that.
I am going to try to integrate the new project into both the podcast and the blog. The whole point of both of them is to talk about all the new stuff I am learning, so I am hoping to continue to do that with the new project.
I feel bad because I really wanted to hold myself accountable to getting a project completed. I would like to continue to do that and come back to this later.
My understanding is that a lot of people besides me have pet projects and the ruins of previous hobbies fossilizing in their basements.
I need to spend a little bit of time figuring out how to approach integrating my new project into my long term projects.
So, goodbye Godori. I will get back to you eventually. I hope.