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Emanuele Bartolesi
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Weekly 0045


I started to work in the morning very early because today I had a lot of stuff to do.
I worked on the Red Origin’s bug (I worked a little bit over the weekend as well) for the entire morning.
After a while I had a meeting with my product owner about the strategy to send the email to the testers.

Over the lunch I had a meeting with the boarding members of Brandplane to decide some internal rules and other stuff.
Nothing is decided but we have to work on it.

In the afternoon I worked again on Red Origin and its bugs.
In the late afternoon I published the version 6.0

Red Origin

Now we are waiting for the testers.

Mood: πŸš€


Not a real productive day. Sometimes happens.
Just a day about researching and recharge for tomorrow.

By the way in the morning I sent out all the tests from Azure DevOps to our three testers.

Mood: πŸ₯±


In the morning I watched a video about improving LinkedIn profile and I updated my profile with some small suggestions that I found. This is my LinkedIn Profile:

I had a meeting in the middle of the morning for Brandplane about the next steps and about the priorities.
As a developer, of course, I tend to prioritize what is cool but not what is useful for the product. It’s normal but as a CTO, I have to mitigate this feeling.

In the afternoon I had a meeting as one of organizer of Collabdays - Italy 2023.
It’s an event

Mood: 🚚


I updated an instance for Red Origin for a tester in the early morning. I hope they start to test the application as soon as possible.
I had some troubles for the installation of one of my colleague. It seemed corrupted or something happened in the database migrations.
I will investigate on it because I don’t want to have this kind of problem for a customer in a production environment.

Mood: πŸ€–


I wrote a blog post about how to change or create a license in a GitHub repository.,f_auto,fl_progressive,h_420,q_auto,w_1000/


Mood: ✍️

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